I thought I would share a few of my own nautical touches I have in my house. You don't have to have a lot in order to enjoy nautical design. I love nautical design, but I don't currently have a room with that theme as a whole. At one time I did have a bedroom with a nautical quilt, and nautical wall decor, and I also mixed it in with my adjoining bathroom, and I loved it! But I now live in a different home, and I never did the whole nautical them again, but it's not to say I won't someday soon!
A great way to add a nautical touch to any room is by incorporating seashells into your design. You can place them in a clear bowl and display them with nautical rope or sand, or buy larger shells and use them as figurines around other nautical items.
One cool way to add seashells to your design is a fillable lamp. These lamps come with a clear base that you can fill with small trinkets, such as seashells, buttons, colorful sand, and so on.
Seashells look lovely in a hurricane vase or any clear cylinder, too. You can place a few seashells in your bathroom, or any room in your home to give it a beachy nautical look and feel.
Incorporate some seashells into your home today! Whether it be a seashell shower curtain or toilet seat, some pretty wall decor or accent rugs. A seashell designed throw pillow, etc.
Yes, you can really build your own boat! Wouldn't that be cool to show off to friends?! Cruise the harbor in a boat you crafted with your own hands!
But you might not know how to design a boat, much less build your own, right? I found a place that offers you 254 high quality boat plans for $49! Click Boat Plans for more information!
Now you can enjoy time on the water with your family and friends with a boat you crafted with your own two hands! Have fun and get crafting your nautical dream today!!!
The Video Below was Published on Nov 16, 2012
Tara will show you the tips and tricks to giving your deck a total make-over on a limited budget, by turning old into new, up-cycling and refreshing.
I love the way she transformed this tired porch into a nautical paradise. It didn't take much, either! You can give any area indoors or outdoors a nautical feel!
Perhaps you love nautical design, but you only want to add a touch to a few rooms in your home. Consider these items:
Anything with an ocean theme will do. Plus the color combination of red, white and blue, or navy and white work well with nautical themes.
Margaret Brown is the founder of Nifty Nautical. She writes for her own websites, and is commissioned by others to write for theirs. Since 2008, Margaret has been putting pen-to-paper via the computer, and enjoys it more every year.