In the dining room that separates the kitchen and the living room, designers brought in a fun, wood buffet. The design of the wood on the front of the buffet gives a nod to driftwood that could be found on the beach, adding texture to the space's design. To finish off the nautical feel of the room, a centerpiece was crafted out of seashells, coral and fishing net.
As seen on HGTV's Love It or List It Too, Jillian has pulled in some coastal inspiration for this couple's new living room. The color of the accent wall mirrors the natural tint of the sea, while anchors and rope and other nautical elements make their way into the design for a beach side feel.
As seen on Vacation House For Free, the sitting room off the living room is a space that utilizes the abundance of natural light that flows through the window bank. The additional seating makes the space great for entertaining. The nautical theme is well presented here with lots of seaworthy details.
The navy blue walls and red pendants are obvious nods to Americana, but this dining room adds distinct personality through the playful patterns on the refurbished vintage chairs. The farmhouse table keeps the space feeling casual and easygoing.
Nautical-Themed Blue Living Room With Navy Cabinet
This nautical-themed living room sticks to a blue, white and red color palette. The navy built in cabinet features brass hardware while matching open shelving above provides a spot to display various books and accessories including a model sailboat.
In the living room, designers created a cozy, yet open space with plenty of seating. With an extra long sofa and two oversized chairs, each guest has a place to sit. Even the fireplace hearth could be used as seating for guests with the fire is not lit.
Textured wallpaper is a sophisticated backdrop to this otherwise funky dining room design, featuring shades of gray and orange. A white chandelier hangs over a round table with chairs painted white and upholstered in orange leather.
Designer Tyler Karu wanted a statement piece for the light fixture above the dining table. She chose this tall, vintage pendant because of its scale and slightly gothic style that works with the eclectic design of the loft.
In the dining area, a modern, marble top dining table and leather Poliform chairs provide stylish seating that help to keep an open, airy feeling in the space. Floating above the modern addition is a series of three George Nelson pendants add texture and warmth to the design of the home.
Old marine rope and a vintage hardware lever create a dramatic way to display a painting in this eclectic white dining room. A modern Saarinen table keeps the space feeling fresh while the white-washed floors enhance the spacious feeling.
Dining Table Set for Holiday Party With Nautical-Themed Touches
Red and yellow roses woven into a bed of greenery anchors this nautical-themed dining table set for a holiday party. Yellow-and-white maritime flag place cards continue the theme to each individual setting.
A wood-inlay dining table is surrounded by comfy transitional armchairs meant to entice guests to linger at the table. A Williams-Sonoma Devon chandelier hangs overhead, acting as a secondary focal point to the wall mural depicting an ancient harbor.
Homeowners' Nautical Love on Display in Maritime-Themed Living Room
The homeowners' love of all things nautical is on display in their living room thanks to a maritime flag motif, which inspired the throw pillows on the sofas and inserts to the media cabinet's doors. A navy-and-white rug fits the theme and anchors the space. Navy and red stockings add a special Christmas touch that works with the nautical theme for a "Merry Time" Christmas.
Lacquered walls and ceiling set a stunning scene in an elegant dining room by interior designer Suzanne Kasler. The dining table and chairs are from her own collection for Hickory Chair, while the chandelier is regal with its crystal tassels. Instead of the traditional tablescape, she used plaster geometric forms purchased at a Paris flea market. The room was in a Southeastern Designer Showhouse in Atlanta.