Jun
29

Pedra Coasters

I can distinctly picture the set of brown agate coasters that sat on our coffee table when I was a kid. I hated them. And now I can’t seem to get enough of the stuff, my how times change. Although I’m certain the jewel tones don’t hurt either. (via Alice)

8 Comments on “Pedra Coasters”

  • Maggie Rose

    I’ve seen these new ones around quite a bit (even at TJ Maxx). As a kid I had a little rock collection, and I’m still drawn to agates and the like. Mind boggling to know that the planet MAKES them! Crazy.

    06-29-11 » 12:23 pm »

  • Kelly

    I”m going to need to scope out TJ’s!

    06-29-11 » 12:28 pm »

  • Trina

    These are gorge…
    Maggie – now that you’ve mentioned rock collections from childhod this makes me want them even more!
    BIG XO
    trina

    06-29-11 » 12:35 pm »

  • shelby h.k.

    so pretty! anthro had some like this several months ago…

    this made me remember when i used to go to this random rock store with my dad in south florida when i was little, and i always used to buy shards of agate. i had such a great collection, and i have no idea where it all went! :( sadness.

    xx

    06-29-11 » 1:01 pm »

  • patience

    i’m not obsessed with rocks but these are beautiful right? i mean i don’t think it’s just me – they are really captivating! i would be so scared to break them though! i would need coasters for these coasters…

    06-29-11 » 2:34 pm »

  • Claire

    Agate seems to be pretty popular theses days I was on the hunt for agate books ends and found out that West Elm had them..but sadly no longer has them in stock. I am loving everything agate right now!

    06-29-11 » 7:15 pm »

  • Sally

    Wow – I would never have dreamed of using agate for coasters, what a rad idea!

    06-30-11 » 8:28 am »

  • Tegan

    bright, fun, practical! what more could you ask for?! loving this post kelly, and loving being back on the blogging scene :)

    07-01-11 » 12:03 am »

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