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Authentic Seaglass & Seabean Home Decor and Other Island Tings

Like the cycles of the tide, Barefoot Sister, a chic boutique for Island Tings, is constantly looking for meaningful products that are given to us from the generous hands of nature to adorn our bodies and decorate our homes. Creating simple, yet tasteful, designs from nature to make your life beautiful is our specialty. The possibilities are endless.

Our name inspires a lifestyle…Barefoot Sister. It all began with a walk along a deserted shoreline on a remote island in the Caribbean where a beautifully tumbled piece of seaglass and a lucky seabean were left for us by the tides. These treasures were destined to become meaningful and unique pieces. Having spent their life in the sea, anyone who has these treasures will feel the element of magic and healing effect that they will have on your soul.

Effortlessly Eco chic and environmentally conscious, our products are all made from seaglass, seabeans and natural treasures produced by sea action. It's our way of walking through life without leaving a footprint and living green, beach style. Promoting awareness and appreciation for the environment, our products always give rather than take from the environment.

From the beginning of time, a gift from the sea has special meaning whether given to a friend or loved one for a special occasion or to simply reward yourself to celebrate just being you. Whatever the purpose, we hope you enjoy our Barefoot Sister Sea Treasures as much as we enjoy creating them.

Featured Products

Eco-Friendly Lucky Sea Bean Key Chain
Frosty White Atlantic Mermaid Sea-Glass Necklace
Frosty White Seaglass Ring
Hand-picked Driftwood Wreath
Peace and Harmony Wind Chime
Shades of Brown Sea Glass Necklace
Sterling Silver Wirewrapped Seaglass Ring
Wine Bottle Bottom Seaglass Sun-Catcher
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