20 Nautical Home Decoration in the Dining Room

Nautical themed spaces is one of the many concepts I love because of the color palette used in them – white, blue and some earth toned hues. These colors are a few of the colors that actually go well with almost anything you match them with; and you will see that in the pictures that we have collected for you guys!

Below is a list of contemporary dining rooms that have a nautical theme to them – the color palette is evident, the decor is seen, the design is nearly as lovely as beach themed spaces. The list below showcase the wonderful designs of awesome designers, decorators and manufacturers who want clients to be pleased with the spaces that they have requested for and dreamed of.

1. A’ La Mer – Dining Room

La Mer

Barefoot Design Group, LLC

Aside from all the shells and the candles on the table, notice the boat on the background which totally makes the space totally stunning.

2. Blue Seas

Blue Seas

Colin Cadle

A 1930’s house, extended and updated to form a wonderful marine home with a stylish beach style interior.

3. Broadbeach Apartment

Broadbeach Apartment

Design Seeker

I love the white and blue and browns on this apartment dining room. The frames on the background maybe the highlight of this space.

4. Claridge

Brooke Wagner

Brooke Wagner Design

The wall paint was matched with one of the blue tones in the dining chairs.

5. Connecticut House

Connecticut House

Dufner Heighes Inc.

Who said plane accessories only belong in the sky? This contemporary dining space took an unexpected turn with the addition of a colorful propeller.

6. Corona del Mar

Spinnaker Development

Spinnaker Development

The lovely attention to detail and superb craftsmanship make this truly a unique property.

7. Eastern Shore Residence #1

Eastern Shore

Bountiful Decor

This Baltimore home sure is stunning in all its industrial-nautical themed dining room! The color combination is just lovely and really homey!

8. Ferry Rd

Ferry Rd

Landing Design & Development

This glowing red float is layered atop a vintage life preserver for a new spin on the usual blues and whites of nautical style. Get a nautical look with modern flavor.

9. Harvey Cedars

Harvey Cedars

Serenity Design

Look at how the curtain in this dining room is fixed to resemble the ones you see in a ship. Simple shabby furniture suits this space all the way!

10. MA Holiday Home

MA Holiday

Mary Prince

Sailing enthusiasts, these homeowners decorated using boat propellers and their nautical blue and white china. A simple arrangement of carnations, peonies and pinecones makes up the centerpiece.

11. Miami Nautical Dining Room

Affiniti Architects

Affiniti Architects

Fascinating chandelier made with rope and a finely made boat by the fireplace – how much more do you need to know that this is a nautical dining room?

12. Montecito Dining Collection

Z Gallerie

Z Gallerie

Combining traditional and formality with today’s more casual lifestyles, our Montecito dining collection is fit for large families as it seats up to 12 people.

13. Florida Beach Cottage

Florida Beach

Village Architects AIA, Inc.

If I can write my name on my wall, I’d do that – or the word ‘Beach House’ will do.

14. North Bay 1

North Bay

Charlotte Dunagan Design Group

Small trinkets here and there, and we got this contemporary North Bay home.

15. Old Florida Home

Old Florida

Weber Design Group, Inc.

This is one Miami gorgeous nautical dining room!

16. Philadelphia Dining Room

Beach Dwellings

Beach Dwellings

I have a similar layout at home and painted the walls a neutral beige when my home was built. This picture sure is one good inspiration to look back on.

17. Timeless Lake Minnetonka

Timeless Lake

Denali Custom Homes, Inc.

While the kitchen is my favorite room in a home, this nautical design could easily be carried over into the kitchen set up.

18. Waterfront Retreat

Waterfront Retreat

Bruce Palmer Interior Design

The tablescape is really simple but pretty, but more than that, I guess I’d like to say that I love the blues in this one!

19. Muskoka Cottage

Muskoka Cottage

Paul Roth Architect Inc.

The large screened porch has become the most used area of the cottage with a large table and separate seating area.

20. Oregon Coast

Oregon Coast

Hyde Evans Design

I bet you didn’t notice the compass on the left corner of the picture, right? Well, there is one, and we sure hope it is functional. Haha!

If I probably have any of the dining spaces above, I would have liked our dining room at home! Haha! Honestly, the dining room is the most underrated space in the house but mind you, most of the family talks are done there and communication is enhanced within families because of dining together; so with that in mind, check out the other nautical spaces for more ideas. More fun lists in Home Design Lover!