Best Coastal Décor for Your Home
You may be looking for some new, fresh ways to spruce up your home. Regardless of whether you live by the water, or simply dream of living by the water, we have put together some of our favorite coastal decorations that you can purchase in-store or order online – straight to your home! Check out this week’s picks here:
South Shore: Plaid Flip Flops Coir Mat from The Paper Store in Plymouth, MA – $19.99
How adorable is this Plaid Flip Flops Coir Mat?! This is such a cute way to greet your guests, not to mention the mat is super durable, as it is woven with coconut fibers. It features a multicolor flip flop-themed design, is 28” x 16”, and is totally fade-resistant.
Cape Cod & Islands: Horseshoe Crab Bottle Opener, Dark Bronze from Adorn Cape Cod in Orleans, MA – $90.00
This bottle opener doubles as a gorgeous piece of décor to keep in your kitchen. Not to mention, it is meticulously hand-sculpting and cast in solid bronze. The backside of the bottle opener features a lip to open a cold beverage of your choice and has a hole on the backside so it can easily be hung on the wall.
South Coast: Mermaid Lagoon Throw Pillow from The Christmas Tree Shops in Sagamore, MA – $16.99
If you are looking to add a little pop of color to a couch, bench, or bed in your home, check out this cute “Mermaid Lagoon” pillow from The Christmas Tree Shops! This pillow will bring in the summer spirit we all know and love.
East Bay & Aquidneck Island: Southern Tide Whiskey Stones from Island Pursuit in Newport, RI – $20.00
Whiskey stones are a great way to keep your drink cold without having to dilute it. These Southern Tide whiskey stones are not only great and functional for any whiskey-loving person in your home, but the sleek wooden case they come in is a perfect accessory for your kitchen.
West Bay & South County: Minted for West Elm – Vortex in Black Frame from West Elm in Providence, RI – $147.00
This photo is an absolutely stunning piece to have in the home. It is a deep-blue photo of the swirling ocean captured by photographer Alicia Bock. Not to mention, coming to West Elm from a collaboration with Minted, a community of independent designers and artists.