Ahoy me hearties! The nautical look is quite a simple one to achieve. Palettes of blue and white with hints of red give you a starting point and from there it’s easy for the finished article to come together. We were inspired with this post after we discovered the below killer chair from Made.com and decided to fish out some other cool crustaceans – here are our nautical picks…

Shark chair Made.com
1. Rodnik Shark Fin Chair, £499 from Made.com
Salty Seadog Tab Collective
2. Salty Seadog by Emma Cocker, £120 from The Tab Collective
Sardine Thornback and peel
3. Sardine cushion, £68.50 from Thornback & Peel
Fornasetti plate from Liberty
4. Wall plate by Fornasetti, £130 from Liberty
Anchor hook Anthropologie
5. Anchors Aweigh Hook, £14 from Anthropologie
Lustre Floor Vases West Elm
6. Lustre Floor Vase, starts at £64 from West Elm
A tile Rory Dobner
7. ‘A’ Ceramic Tile by Rory Dobner, £37.50 from Graham & Green
Art print Rocket St George
8. ‘Air’ Canvas with Printed Frame, £183 from Rocket St George

 

Get them all here:

1 || 2 || 3 || 4 || 5 || 6 || 7 || 8

We’re shovin’ off,
David & Mark x

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