House of Crabs

Flaunt your hometown pride with these crab-inspired pieces.

By Jamie Edelen - July 2014

Classic Crab-Inspired Home Décor

Flaunt your hometown pride with these crab-inspired pieces.

By Jamie Edelen - July 2014

-Photography by David Colwell.

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Crab season is here and nothing says summer in Charm City like these fun crab-themed items. They’re not just for feasts—you can impress your guests with these home goods any time. Mix in other accent pieces to give your space a makeover the Maryland way.


Clockwise, from top: 

Bowl ($42) at Pamella & Rose.
Crab box ($17.50) at Simply Noted.
Ceramic trivet ($20/each) at The Store Ltd. 
Handmade painting by Kacey Stafford ($65) at Becket Hitch. 
Key chain ($28.50) at Becket Hitch. 
Picture frame ($56) at The Pleasure of Your Company.
Bottle opener ($34) at Pamella & Rose.
Green-striped crab pillow ($45) at Su Casa.
Chesapeake Bay towel ($20) at Curiosity.




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