A milky washed interior topped with a coral serving set makes this bowl perfect for salads or any item you want to present beautifully. $50, Domain XCIV.
From the high seas
Wake up a neutral room with a lamp inspired by caddies used to import tea from the Orient in Colonial times. It is constructed from sheets of iron and hand-painted in vibrant shades of blue that “are a take on old Iznik pottery, commonly known for its oceanic hues,” the company says. $219, Wisteria.
Integrate pops of beachy blue and turquoise on your table or anywhere in your kitchen with this texturally appealing fish accent piece. It stands 8 1/2 inches tall. $225, Domain XCIV.
An extra table in a pinch, or a coral-covered showcase for shells, this tray table provides beach beauty when open but is easily stored when you need the room. $269, Wisteria.
Summer, for many of us, evokes memories of a trip, or a tradition of trips, to our favorite beach or lake house. The tide rolling in and out, deep breaths of salty air, sailboats, water toys and family time equal a great getaway, near or far. One of the seasons hottest home decor trends, nautilus- and coastal-inspired accents, helps bring those feelings home to dry land.
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