Coastal Decor: A coastal look can easily be achieved by incorporating a sandy palette, gentle hues of blues and greens with whitewashed accents. Nothing says “coastal living” quite like an open living room, oversized sofas, nautical stripes and sea inspired accents such as ropes, sailboats and sea-side prints. Rich polished wood reminds us of the hull of a mighty ship, and thickly woven jute, high luster finishes and crisp linen pair well with a range of oceanic hues and stormy greys. Navy and white are the backbone of a sailing-inspired look. You can tone down the nautical theme by incorporating pillows in modern prints and creamy neutrals instead of stark whites as shown in the featured image above (designed by Muskoka Living Interiors designer Cory DeFrancisco). Create your own breezy and effortless chic space with these coastal-inspired finds.
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Be Inspired by Sea!
It’s easy to be inspired by the natural beauty of the coast. Whether you prefer a little polish with your surf and sand coastal decor with traditional furnishings and ocean motifs, or you drawn to California breeziness and comfortable coastal elegance, this collection will bring the serene style of the beach to your home. Get ready to set sail!
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More than just colorful catchalls, these are vibrant designs with a purpose – they’re woven entirely by hand to support a women’s collective in India. Substantial and sturdy, this collection is available in 3 sizes, all with cut-out leather handles and each with a slightly different pattern. They work great grouped together or sprinkled wherever extra storage is needed, from the closet to the playroom.
Camille Diamond Medallion Pillow Cover
A nod to traditional Hmong fabrics, intricate designs have been applied on slubby cotton, opting for a deep indigo ground to give things a modern edge. Screen printing recalls the look of a good batik, creating variations that make each handcrafted pillow truly unique. Try this as a stand-alone coastal décor statement piece, or as part of your very own pattern mix.
Sailboat Racer Model
This replica of the legendary 1901 yacht racer Columbia is crafted entirely by hand, from the intricately stitched sails to the delicate rigging to the glossy wooden deck and hull. Built using plank-on-frame construction, just as the original was, it is fitted with antiqued solid brass hardware. The Sailboat Racer model works well in any coastal décor themed room.
Ceramic Shells on Crystal Stand
Hand-cast of bone china with remarkable realism, the conch, sand dollar and nautilus decorative objects pay luminous tribute to the beauty of the sea and are the perfect addition to a coastal décor inspired room. Each is mounted on a solid crystal stand that illuminates and showcases its simple, sculptural form.
Chunky Herringbone Linen Pillow
A textured twist on the essential solid-color pillow, this version features a herringbone weave and a contrasting flange. The result is a pillow with rich character and endless versatility for mixing and matching with other coastal decor.
Salisbury Outdoor Pillow
The slightly imperfect geometric circles give this deco-inspired design a handpainted and coastal décor look. It’s a fun way to make your mix more vibrant. Made of weather-resistant materials to withstand fading, stains, and moisture yet stylish enough to be used indoors.
Hanging Rattan Bench
Inspired by a Scandinavian design from the 60s (and the popularity of our original Hanging Rattan Chair), this scooped-seat bench was created for two. Deck it out with pillows – such a great way to add softness while displaying your own fun mix of pattern and color. Add a basket of cozy throws nearby and you’ve got all the makings of a lazy afternoon…A heavy-duty loop and rope ensures that it’s super sturdy.
Chevron Riviera Counter Stool – Navy
A classic 1930s European bistro chair, reinterpreted and elevated to new heights. Handcrafted of sustainable rattan and woven plastic seats, it’s great for the kitchen or the patio. Look closely and you’ll notice the wonderfully organic marks created while bending and stretching the rattan into shape – a time-honored technique perfected by the French. The eye-catching palette makes it easy to work with. Try it with the other silhouettes in this collection (a slight variation in how the colors are woven keeps things interesting).
Eva Colored Glass Lamp Collection
Subtle bubbles and striations provide beautiful evidence of the Eva Glass Table Lamp’s handcraftsmanship.