Used to live by the sea shore, I was so attached with anything from the ocean. I like fishing, that’s one thing for sure and I like sailing a lot. Basically, I missed the sea shore where I used to spend my time as a little boy back then in Spain before I went to States as University student.
Upon my long discoveries over living on city like where I am now, I do miss everything from the ocean which were usually be the part of my daily live back then. I love the smell of a sleepy ocean over the week end when there was not much people there, only me and the waves of an ocean on my feet.
Ever since I got this feeling, I want to change the apartment theme where I live now with my wife to represent an ocean theme on it, and one thing that came into my mind to start the theme with is a driftwood wall art to decorate my wall or room separator can also be something workable here.
Why driftwood came into my mind the moment I thought about apartment interior theme change? Perhaps it all related with my kid’s memories where I used to find lots of driftwood pieces, sometime they are big enough for me to sit on, on the beach shore just steps away from my parent’s house.
These driftwood pieces came up from the deep sea, thrown by the waves to the beach shore. When I dived in, I can find many of larger pieces of driftwood which crafted by the nature it self, perform uniquely second to none art quality pieces. Driftwood wall art certainly a good representation of how nature can crafts things.
The driftwood wall art I got finally came from the shore of Miami in Florida on one of the corner of small islands down there. This piece of natural shaped wall art I put on the floor to be a room separator sort of thing, to separate my living room with our dining room which actually interconnected as one single long room initially.
I also got one which I can hang it on my wall, which reminds me with my uncle’s Jim driftwood wall art back then which he believes it forms a shape of sea horse, made out of natural driftwood he got when he dived into the ocean years ago.