A wall-mounted sink features a wood shelf underneath for added function in this playful kids' bathroom. A nautical-inspired "submarine mirror" teams with nautical sconces, bringing an industrial flair to the contemporary space. Subway tile walls mix with penny round floors to add interest and texture.
This petite powder room is filled with fun, whimsical elements, from the faux bois treatment on the walls and floors, to the porthole mirror, to the antique dresser-turned-vanity. Nautical-inspired sconces, along with the tight dimensions, work together to give this room the feel of a ship's compartment.
This child's bedroom features twin beds with navy blue bedding, a textured accent wall with vintage inspired cylinder sconces, a pendant light with pink drum shade and nautical rope, sheer white window panels, and a blue and white geometric print area rug.
Slipcovered chairs and a built-in bench with striped upholstery cushions surround a wooden table in this update take on a Southern cottage. Pistachio green walls, nautical sconces, pale wood floors and billowing white drapes complete this mod-cozy look. The made over dining space was featured on HGTV's series Renovation Raiders.
This window seat is the perfect perch for ocean gazing. Designer Tyler Karu sourced brass lights salvaged from ships. The color palette of white, blues and reds ties in with the authentic nautical style of the room.
Symmetry is key in this classical designed bedroom with a hint of nautical theme. The slipcovered bed is flanked by matching sconces and sage green nightstands. Gingham curtains add to the traditional look, and a curved sofa is the perfect spot to relax.
Just inside the front door, guests are greeted by an entryway packed with architectural detail, eclectic furnishings and a hint of nautical decor. Heavy iron sconces and caned armchairs pair with a vintage life preserver to create a dynamic juxtaposition that tops off the design.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, a once cramped living room now has plenty of chic, extra seating. Neutral wall colors of cream and light blue brighten the space and allow Sarah to play with different shades of the client's favorite color, turquoise. A nautical-themed striped rug and decorative wall sconce complete the cozy feel of this fireside nook.