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As in a ship's cabin
Maisons du Monde In an immaculate decor, this room takes up the codes of the open sea with painted wooden furniture and accessorizes with 100% marine elements: anchor motif on the armchair for example. And this metal boat sculpture placed on the desk which gives a touch of modernity to this very Atlantic style.
Maisons du Monde Walls covered with paneling! The wood here, natural, can also be painted, and evokes the appearance of a ship's hull. We also like the round porthole window which accentuates the cruise ship look.
La Redoute Interiors Natural and ultra practical, these sea jacynthe chests and with a metal structure stack easily and are ideal for storing toys, bed linen or books ... All in a very marine atmosphere.
Trendy fisherman's hut
Maisons du Monde For a touch of authenticity, natural, weathered or aged wood is used. Furniture in the flea market, repainted in the colors of the sea and nature bring to your room the charm of a small fishing house.
View on the sea
Hôtel Le Nouveau Monde What could be better for a nautical style room than a breathtaking view? In this hotel room, the tone is set just by taking a look out the window. But here, nothing is left to chance and the decor is adorned as much with colors as with furniture that go with this pretty view.
60th Meridian The bedroom is themed just with bed linen. This ornament on the maritime universe sets the tone. The patterns use the symbol of the rope. Soft colors with a touch of red that bring pep to your decoration.
The blue and the white of serenity
Bemz In another style, this room calls for calm and relaxation. We are dying to slip into the sheets in the evening for a little rest but from daybreak, they also invite to a fresh and invigorating morning on the seafront.
Maisons du Monde Always in a very soft style, this room made of light wood is adorned with blue gray and beige and invites you to relax. The extra touch? This woven kubu rattan headboard that recalls the furniture of seaside villas.
Maisons du Monde In more intense colors, this room remains in the marine theme but we appreciate the risk taking by breaking the eternal white or light blue wall which generally dresses rooms in this style.