Nautical Summer Decor: 8 Must-Haves

There are always a few decor themes for summer that never seem to go out of style. The best of these themes is traditional enough to stay timeless, yet fun enough to play around with to keep things fresh.  Nautical decor is one of those and I’ve found a fun collection from Horne that seems to fit the bill.

  • Nautical Decor for the Home 1 of 9

    Let's check them out shall we?

  • 1. Sailor Blue/Cream Wool Pile Rug 2 of 9

    This Thomas Paul Sailor Blue rug is made of tufted pile wool and would make any room pop! I'm especially liking the mix of stripes and the light blue anchor.  Makes for a great conversation piece. 

    Available at for $351

  • 2. Silver Coil Rope Bowl 3 of 9

    A Harry Allen coil rope bowl in silver is an attractive piece to use as a fruit bowl or catchall at the door.

    Available at for $75

  • 3. Emeco Navy Chair 4 of 9

    Initially built for use on submarines in 1944, the Emeco Navy Chair, made of aluminum, is lightweight and incredibly strong. Makes for a long-lasting piece of furniture.

    Visit,  $470

  • 4. Driftwood Wall Hook 5 of 9

    Made by Kiel Mead who collects pieces of driftwood along the New York coastline. Makes for an interesting conversation piece when guests arrive.

    5pc set available at, $120

  • 5. Striped Tea Towels 6 of 9

    From the Sand & Surf collection and made of 100% linen. A perfect affordable item to add a little sailor-theme to your kitchen.

    Birdkate Montauk Blue/White Cabana Stripe Tea Towels available at for $24

  • 6. Ship’s Kerosene Lamp 7 of 9

    A classic satin polished stainless steel ship's lamp keeps the wind out whether you find yourself out on the deck or in the garden. 

    Available at, $689

  • 7. Pretty Tumblers 8 of 9

    Beautiful blue tumblers that remind me of the sea.

    Iittala Kartio Tumblers in Sea Blue, available at for $40

  • Whale Wood Tongs 9 of 9

    These handcrafted wooden tongs have been carved into the shape of whales tails. Designer David Mayhew donates a part of the profit to the Save the Whales foundation.

    Design House Stockholm Whale Wood Tongs, $50 at

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