Nautical interiors is definitely not a new trend, but it is a timeless trend. You will always find people decorating their homes with a nautical theme and it really doesn’t date. Living right on the coast here in Devon, I am surrounded by seaside themed…well …everything really. So it is no surprise that as summer approaches and outdoor living becomes more of a possibility, I always get drawn to nautical interiors. There is just something so classy about them, don’t you think? Is it the blue and white colour scheme maybe? I’m not sure, but what I do know is that nautical interiors never go out of favour with me. So today I’ve picked out a selection of products that can be used to create a classical nautical inspired room.
- 1. Floor Standing Nautical Oar Tripod Lamp from Melody Maison
- 2. Nautical Gold Compass Clock from Alexander & Pearl
- 3. Davey Lighting Oceanic Pendant White, Large from Davey Lighting
- 4. Duck Egg Tub Chair from Sloane & Sons Tub Chairs
- 5. Shore Round Driftwood Coffee Table from Alexander & Pearl
- 6. Vegas Metal L.E.D. Circus Light – Anchor from Cult Furniture
- 7. Catamaran Stripe Light Blue Indoor/Outdoor Rug from Dash & Albert
- 1. Terrace Floor Lamp in Antique Chrome from Dar Lighting Group
- 2. Eichholtz Clift Baskets – Set of Three from Sweetpea & Willow
- 3. La Rochelle Globe Lantern from Annabel James
- 4. Round Wooden Helm Mirror from Decorative Mirrors Online
- 5. Large Nautical Lantern from The Contemporary Home
- 6. Admiral Navy Indoor/Outdoor Cushion from Dash & Albert
- 7. Ship Ahoy cushion from Bert & Buoy
- 8. ‘I do like to be beside the seaside’ Print from Of Life & Lemons
The colour scheme for a coastal chic space obviously takes inspiration from the sea so shades of blue and white are a must. The paint colours seen below are perfect for capturing the freshness of the ocean. When it comes to accessorising your room it’s good to include lots of natural textures such as wicker, weathered or reclaimed wood, especially driftwood and rope to create a feeling of relaxed coastal charm.
What do you guys think of nautically inspired interiors?