Get some nautical home decor inspiration from this wedding shoot!

Updated Oct 12 2015
meggyfin

Over on Offbeat Bride we're once again breaking the rules and featuring a styled shoot based on the pure amount of awesomeness it can provide. As proof, here is some amazing home decor inspiration for you lovers of all things nautical…

Photos by Regina as The Photographer, LLC and Ashlee Hamon Photography
All photos by Regina as The Photographer, LLC and Ashlee Hamon Photography

Argh, matey, that gorgeous blue couch with the killer octopus pillow and all the reclaimed items as tables!? It's all just working for me. Check out the table situation…

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And this is how you do nautical tchotchke…

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But maybe my favorite bit of inspiration comes from the table setting…

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From the plates (from Pier One and Pottery Barn) to the table runner, this nautical dining room table design is shipshape.

Head over to Offbeat Bride to see more of this nautical decor-geousness! (See what I did there?)

  1. Normally I'm not into nautical themes, but I'm realizing now what I don't like is "rich person's nautical." This is awesome!!

  2. Talk about synchronicity! I just went to a home store that has lots of nautical-themed stuff and I was thinking about creating a nautical-themed bedroom when my boyfriend and I move into our new place (if my boyfriend likes it, of course!). When I saw all the decor, it reminded me of going to the lake with my uncle and cousins when I was 4 and 5 years old. This is great!

    • Oooh, I have ideas for a nautical theme bedroom! How about a bed where you make a canopy frame out of long poles of driftwood? Some beaches on the Pacific Coast get quite a few of these all the time. Instead of gauze and ruffles, drape it in fishing net (you can buy it from cheap party catalogs for pirate parties. I use it as a way to extend laundry-hanging space.) Another touch, in general, would be to get a bag of shells from a craft store and glue them onto the legs and lower parts of furniture as if they latched on during high tide (stop them all at the same level throughout the room.) And you can get shell-shaped pillows.

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