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20 ideas to adopt marine decor

20 ideas to adopt marine decor



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1. Patinated furniture for a vintage marine decor


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In terms of marine decor, there is a choice between neo-marin cottage style clean, and the old fisherman retro cabin style ... In all cases, the weathered furniture is a hit, especially if they are (or have been ...) blue and wooden or metal. Enough to compose a beautiful office set with a vintage table and a vintage iron chair!

2. Marine decorations on waxed concrete


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Modernize marine decor in a contemporary interior, it is sometimes as simple as a covering. The waxed concrete coating perfectly highlights a fishing net, an anchor or a composition of buoys and marine knots on a slate background. The secret ? We go scour the flea markets to find authentic pieces.

3. The seaside style in blue and white


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Difficult to make it easier for adopt marine decoration at home: we play traditional colors, white and navy blue, for a bright and timeless atmosphere. The details that change everything? Patterns of anchors or stripes, patinated white wood and soft materials to warm up the decor.

4. A variation of baby stripes


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To decline the marine theme in the nursery, we give pride of place to white, but we choose a softer blue than navy ensuring a cocooning atmosphere. For the rest, we have fun with real and fake stripes! Those of curtains or bed linen, but also those created by the bars of the bed, the slats of the crate or the shelves. With some naive posters, a successful bet.

5. An assumed marine still life


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Want a real seaside atmosphere at home ? We decorate the top of a patinated piece of furniture with a mixture of marine objects from the beach or shops, mixed with others that are a bit more offbeat. A contemporary still life, in short, with large colorful shells, fake starfish, a stuffed crab and a sea lantern!

6. DIY marine wall decorations


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And if we were responsible for creating marine wall decorations ? A simple and fun option in a child's room, starting with zigzags imitating the sea in masking tape! To go further, we recycle small round or hexagonal wooden boxes, paint the bottom and hang them on the wall before staging whales and boats ... stuffed animals or toys.

7. A seaside glass composition


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Nothing like a still life full of reflections for customize a marine decor. We collect glass bottles, fish bowl or glass lantern, put some shells in it and above all, we mix the effects: blue glass, transparent glass, polished glass, glass in relief, etc. Guaranteed siren effect!

8. A buoy and sailor's trunks in the decoration


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If you only have the trunks or only have a buoy, rest assured, it's already good. You hang the buoy directly on the wall like a painting, and you can even use it as a frame to frame a marine watercolor or a nice drawing. As for the trunks, we simply stack them, a marine way ready to hit the sea tomorrow!

9. Scandinavian version marine decor


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Nesting tables, large round mirror, clean lines, smooth woods and soft colors… All the Scandinavian codes are there and yet the marine style is required. The secret ? The touches of navy blue sown in a predominantly white room, a subtly striped carpet and a tie and die cushion in shades of blue!

10. Marine ambiance bed linen


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The flagship colors of marine decor are blue and white in dominant, yellow and / or red in keys. An archi-easy mixture that hits every time for a seaside atmosphere ... Especially on a blue headboard, with white sheets, a compass cushion, yellow tips and a whale plush!

11. A garland of sea shells


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Forget the pennant garland, zap the light garland, we found the must-have marine decor : a garland of shells delicately hung on a rope. Perfect in a harmony of white and soft blue, with patinated wooden furniture and a sailor's lantern. Needless to remind you that it is forbidden to fish yourself big shells and starfish ...

12. Blue and white pillow cases for marine decor


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Stripes, sailboats, anchors, shells, polka dots ... No scruples on the pillowcases, we lightly mix the patterns as long as they are blue and white, with a dominant of marine themes. For the rest, they can be mini or maxi, navy blue or light blue, the result is perfect on a bed with white sheets and a blue bedside lamp!

13. A knitted plaid on a marine armchair


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Marine decor is also the artisanal side and the cozy seaside atmosphere. The right combo? A comfortable navy blue armchair for reading in front of the window, a pretty crocheted or knitted plaid in the grandmother's way… and for purists, a marine anchor hanging on the wall with its rope which recalls the plaid. Chic, cozy and decorative!

14. Cushion covers on the marine theme


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Want a marine decor in the living room without doing too much? Add one or two cushions to a nice cozy armchair by simply changing the covers. And for the most skillful, you can even make them yourself with fabric coupons printed with delicate patterns of anchors or shells. As for colors, we remain classic in white and navy or we add a touch of red!

15. An anchor in the bathroom


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To transform an ordinary bathroom into a boat dinghy, we take advantage of the all-white look by adding a Marine anchor painted royal blue. You can even consider cutting it yourself when you know how to handle the jigsaw, otherwise you will find a vintage version in flea market or a plywood shape to paint, quite simply! Any more details? Braided baskets.

16. A seaside writer's office


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And if we created a sailor's office corner In the long term ? Statues of seagulls, old bound books, a miniature boat and striped curtains ... All on a pristine desk with retro handles with a designer chair painted in a pretty blue. A more than perfect decor atmosphere, especially with a metal desk lamp to modernize the atmosphere.

17. A paneling aged in shades… or in wallpaper


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You may be lucky enough to have a real weathered paneling wall, but it is rare. We can have the patience to create in DIY a wall of old pallet boards, before painting it in white, skating it and staining some wooden slats in a shades of blue. Or you can line an accent wall with imitation wallpaper, which does its bit for style chic fisherman's hut with a wrought iron bed!

18. A marine decor like bottles to the sea


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Difficult to make simpler than a collection of glass bottles for adopt marine decor very soflty. We align different sizes and shapes, we can replace the corks without charm with cork versions ... and we leave them empty or we fill them, as desired, with sand, shells, or even a roll of paper so message bottle!

19. A special marine decoration shelf


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No need to invade the whole living room to give it a marine style. A small shelf and the right choice of colors are enough to ensure the effect! We reserve a little corner to align some memories, from miniature sailboats to jars filled with seashells. And we complete it all with touches of blue, wood, and a nice dose of white.

20. An illuminated marine wall decoration


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An anchor, a boat, a buoy? We transform them into marine wall decor by simply hanging them on the wall. And to make it a central point of the decor, we sublimate them with LED ribbons or bulbs passed through drilled holes, for DIY… unless you find a version ready to light in the trade!