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driftwood mirror

May 30, 2012

For several summers, Anne Johnston Lomax and her children traveled to the South Carolina coast for a two-week visit with family.

Before heading home, they would make a gift and leave it behind as a reminder of the good times.

One year, they collected driftwood and made a mirror for her parents’ beach home on Fripp Island. The mirror was a hit.

That summer project eventually led to Drift with Anne in 2005.  The family business is based in Statesboro, where Lomax and her sisters grew up.

Using weathered and worn driftwood found along the South Carolina beaches, Lomax handcrafts various products, such as lamps and sconces.

But it is her crosses ($95 to $300 and up) and stunning mirrors that are favorites. Prices for mirrors vary depending on size.

The most popular mirror size is four feet by three feet. It is $740. Beach not included.

Check . The site may be down for a while as she changes servers. Also call her  912-682-0041


From → art, furniture, gifts, home

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