I love the nautical style for its lovely tones and ‘lying on the beach’ feeling. Spotted on melianrandolph.com, the house below features large open spaces flooded by natural light. Yes, this is a must if you want to escape on the shore everyday. Ask your architect to design large windows or even skylights if the roof permits so that you can enjoy generous infusions of light that make space look airy, bright and welcoming. When decorating, take blue as your favorite friend – nautical style uses the color of the ocean most of the time and you’ll love it too. Wickers chairs, sun hats or umbrellas, shells, wooden boats and glass vases are among the decorative items needed to complete the style. Not to mention the waves-like decorative tiles or the pillows with marine prints – they are always on the list in nautical decors.

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A lovely kitchen that shares its space with the dining room. Look how wonderful  different decorative tiles combine to add dynamism to this interior.

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Wicker nettings (chairs, tables, baskets, lamps etc) are frequent in nautical style homes.

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