Top Boat Theme Decor Ideas
This round up of top boat theme decor ideas includes a few new great discoveries. Most boats are real and were brought inside or to the backyard. From boats that have been repurposed to create one of a kind furniture pieces, to boats displayed on walls, ceilings and more.
Boat theme decor from Bravo's Million Dollar Decorators. Imagine looking up from your bed and seeing a boat hovering over you! Not everyone's cup of tea, but I think it's really well done. Boat theme decor is for people with a taste for the unusual and unconventional!
A hanging boat provides a great place to relax in this coastal Oregon home, seen at Elle Decor.
A boat stern chair crafted from a 1940's fishing boat that had sunk into the mud. Pillows are sailcloth. That's creative recycling! Behind this transformation is furniture maker Scott Feen from the Atlantic Workshop. There is an article about him in New England Home Magazine. Check it out!
A unique and creative boat entry by T. Duffy.
Another boat theme idea for the foyer. Guests will be entertained the moment they step through the door! Seen on Loving Life at Sea.
The bow-beamed ceiling of this living room looks like a boat’s hull. So they hung a boat! Original source unknown.
A custom built Boat Coffee Table.
Another creative transformation, also from the post Loving Life at Sea.
A cute boat wall shelf in a colorful and eclectic living room. Via BHG, featured on Rooms in Bold Colors.
Then, I stumbled upon another Boat Bathtub. It resides in Paris, France. You can tour the apartment over at Design Pad.
Boat theme decor for outdoors. This boat is integrated into a beautiful Beach Zen Landscape.
To have a boat in the backyard could serve you well when guests come over! Use it to arrange drinks and food, or turn a small boat into a tub for ice and bottles. Via my Facebook.
And boats make perfect nooks too. A nice spot to enjoy the garden! Original source unknown.
Here's a great boat bench idea from St. Ives, England!
Then something for the kiddos. A fabulous boat sand box in an Australian Beach Home.
And a boat bunk bed in a Water Color Vacation House in Florida.