This is the seaglass collection at the Pacific Edge Hotel in the Lobby area. What could give more importance to a collection than putting each piece (in this case a vase filled with seaglass) on its very own pedestal. For another great example, check out these Wall Sconce Shelves that hold coral pieces.
A stunning Beach Sand Collection organized in different shaped small bottles. What adds a lot of visual appeal to this collection are the label tags.
Collections Organized in Glass Cabinets -so they gather compliments, not dust! Via Pinterest. Note how the back of the shelf is painted. An old trick to jazz up any shelf or cabinet, and make a display stand out.
A great grouping of Shadow Boxes with an organized display of sea treasures. Seen in one of Alys Beach Homes. The type of framing determines the overall look. For more ideas on how to present a shell collection as an organized display in a frame, check out the post DIY Shell Art.
This vintage globe collection makes me smile. The globes are lined up by size and fit the space above the bookcase perfectly. Go tour this Modern Beach House. It showcases other coastal collections as well.
And take a look at the beach pail display in this Vintage Chic NYC Apartment. 18 vintage beach pails are "floating" in built-in shelving nooks, propped up on acrylic stands to add height. Very sleek. Head over to view the entire room and to take a closer look at a shelf!
While most collections are built over time, this collection of Decorative Lighthouses was built on Ebay! It shows that you can start a coastal collection right now and have it up on display in a matter of weeks.
Another one of my favorite coastal collections. Skillfully organized Vintage Paint by Number Art. I just love the nostalgic feel! To learn how you can pull something like this off, read How to Hang a Picture Grouping.