Sailor stripes, rope accents, and aquatic hues rule in these modern takes on nautical decor
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Shades of Blue
A good rule of thumb for nautical style at home: Start with a white base, keep woods exposed, and mix it up with blue hues.
Pro tip: Though this kitchen was largely sourced from Ikea, architect helped give it a designer look by adding an exposed plywood edge to the laminate countertop.
Thomas J. Story
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Thomas J. Story
Nautical style begs for blue and white stripes, but variations on a blue-white-red combo of any sort will do the trick. Here, interior designer upholstered a bedroom headboard with vintage Japanese boro, an indigo patchwork.
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Bring that beach barbecue look home—thankfully, sand not included—with tabletop wares sporting blue-and-white stripes.
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Get that nautical look with industrial-style pendant lights. Line up a few to illuminate a dining space.
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The Rope Effect
, $650; water jet cut mirror and manila rope
Reminiscent of ship style, chose decor with rope elements.
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Take It Outside
Whether your home is seaside or not, create a festive beach-house vibe by a mi light-hued wood dining set with blue textiles and taking it outdoors.
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A European bistro chair in blue and white chevron?! Dreams of lounging on the French Riviera do come true! In the dining room or on the patio, these pair well with rosé and baguettes.
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Add some oceanic fun to the kiddos' room with this whale lamp made of mango wood (with a cotton shade).
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In this master bathroom, a pair of signal flags serve as drapery, creating a pop of color with an ethereal feel.
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Nothing simulates beach time like a space for lolling. And nothing says "take it easy" more than a hammock.