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Nautical Home Decor – Where to Start

If you’re planning to add nautical flair to your home, start by choosing a blue-and-white striped textile. Use it for window treatment, a rug, or even a wall covering. The same applies to furniture accessories. However, you should keep other colors to a minimum when used next to nautical blue and white stripes. Starfish, for example, are perfect for bathrooms and bedrooms. They can be displayed on a shelf or hung on the wall.

Coastal decor is more in-your-face and kitschy

Coastal interiors favor weathered wood floors and wide plank oak painted white. Furniture made from natural materials is often slipcovered, and curtains and upholstery are usually white or light-colored linen. Sun-faded teak, pale pine and rattan are also suitable materials for coastal interiors. Coastal decor is more likely to feature patterned fabrics and patterns, rather than solid, uncoordinated colors.

It incorporates metals

Embracing the spirit of the sea can be as subtle or as overt as you choose. For instance, you can add lighthouses, coastal coffee table books, and brass doorknobs and sink faucets to your decor. Metals are also an important part of this nautical style and they can be found in a variety of different decor items. Incorporating metals in nautical decor can be a fun way to add a more upscale, sophisticated look to a room.

It uses striped textiles

Blue and white stripes are often used in nautical decorations. Not only are they exciting, but they also work well as home decor. You can use thick rope to tie back curtains, and use striped tablecloths and carpeting. For additional nautical decor, use striped textiles for wall coverings, window treatments, and furniture accessories. Also, starfish make a great addition to any bathroom or bedroom. Whether you hang them on the wall or place them on a shelf, this nautical decor is sure to make everyone’s day!

It uses stenciled mason jars

If you’re looking for nautical decor ideas, you’ve come to the right place. Not only can you paint mason jars yourself, but you can also purchase stencils to create your own designs. Mason jars come in many sizes, so you’re sure to find the right size for your space. To make a bathroom organizer, you’ll need different-sized jars.

It uses vintage charts

Adding vintage charts to your decor is an elegant way to incorporate the sea in your home. Most vintage charts measure 40 inches by 27 1/2 inches, but you can find some that are as large as 45 inches by 21 inches. These nautical treasures can be very rustic, with interesting markings and notes from the captain. You can also add other nautical decor items such as a ship’s bell or anchor, or an old Liverpool pitcher.

It uses sea life

This colorful table setting uses blue plates and dishes with sea life and other oceanic elements. Blue glassware and vintage style drinking glasses complete the oceanic look. The sea-inspired dishware is from World Market. A navy striped cotton throw adds a nautical accent to this table setting. The sea-inspired tableware is available in various sizes, and you can also make it yourself with a bit of creative thinking. For the perfect table setting, find a blue glass jar or two and place them in the center of the room.

It uses driftwood

If you’re looking for a nautical-themed centerpiece for your dining room table, you might want to consider a driftwood candelabra. These decorative fixtures can serve as place mats or table garlands. Driftwood also looks great as mirror frames. If you’re unsure of where to start, you can check out these pictures for inspiration. Once you have a basic idea of what you want to do with the driftwood, you can start drilling. After drilling the holes, drill them with a spade bit and insert the nails or screws until they’re tight. When installing them, make sure to follow the manufacturer’s instructions.

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