Nautical-Inspired Home Decor Finds

Set a course for adventure with these nautical decor finds.

“It’s out there at sea that you are really yourself.” – Vito Dumas


High Seas For this Gulfstream room, Lindsei Brodie of Brown’s Interior Design honored her clients’ style as well as the home’s oceanfront essence. “My clients are collectors of specialty nautical fine art items, and one of the items they possessed was an antique navigational Spanish map,” Brodie says. “I made a copy into wallpaper to cover the dome ceiling. To replicate the view of the ocean, I special ordered different shades of blue glass from Murano, Italy for the back wall and added metal art pieces resembling a school of fish passing by.” Boca Raton, Jupiter (561-368-2703, 561-744-1116)

Arm Candy: Awaken your nesting instinct with this luxurious octopus alpaca throw by Thomas Paul ($400). M. Maison, Vero Beach (772-231-4300)

Belle of the Balls: The hunt for sea treasure is over. Found in Japan’s ocean currents, each of Our Boat House’s sea glass balls ($35-$270) is unique and available in a variety of colors and sizes. Delray Beach (561-245-8192)

Coastal Charmer: Fall victim to the navy blue persuasion and understated nautical elegance of Bradburn Gallery’s Newport Beach lamp ($596). Pineapples, Palms Too, Jupiter (561-346-6777)

Drift Away: Natural, unfinished driftwood plays a starring role in Uttermost’s rugged end table ($724). Capitol Lighting, Boca Raton (561-994-9570)

Rock the Boat: Elaine Smith brings yacht chic to outdoor living with this Navy Cruise horizontal lumbar pillow ($165), which is resistant to water, sun, and stains. Fortunoff, Boca Raton (561-886-4500)

Roped In: Michael Aram took inspiration from a beautiful pile of ropes he noticed while boarding a ship to Alaska to create this rope ice bucket ($295) and scoop ($60). N.S. Merill & Co., Palm Beach Gardens (561-776-5898)

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