14 Fireplaces for People who Love the Sea | Coastal & Nautical Theme

I would love to have fireplace and would be happy with anyone of these cozy setups.

nautical fireplace
Fireplaces are the focal point in the room. Design and decorating possibilities seem endless, from the surround and mantel design, to decorating the wall space above, to styling the mantel ledge. Via.

Nautical Cottage Fireplace
Nautical fireplace in a cozy Montauk cottage, featured at One Kings Lane where you can shop the look. Consider a couple of nautical theme andirons, like anchors, to add the nautical theme to the opening of the fireplace.

Sea Theme FireplaceThe mantel of a fireplace is the perfect space to display a Model Yacht and other decorations, including beach finds. It's a prominent spot for you to express and showcase your love for the ocean and coastal lifestyle. Photo by Brian Vanden Brink.

Michael Grimm PhotographyMake sure you have comfortable seating right next to your fireplace. Photo by Michael Grimm.

Stone FireplaceGrand rustic stone fireplace. Via.

Jill ShevlinWhile the wall space above the fireplace can be more permanently decorated, fireplace mantels are the perfect place to a change up with the seasons. You can create a different mood for the room by just changing the display, creating a coastal or nautical fireplace mantel vignette.

Fireplace Mantel DecorIf you lean the art on your fireplace mantel, you can have a rotating gallery.

Fireplace in BedroomHow luxurious to have a fireplace in the bedroom. Via AD.

Nautical FireplaceAn out of the box fireplace design. Via Nantucket Architecture.

Coastal ChristmasLike most people, I would enjoy decorating the fireplace for the Christmas season. Photo by Brian Vanden Brink.

Brian Vanden BrinkA couple of fish andirons make the fireplace opening the focal point. Photo by Brian Vanden Brink.

Fireplace in BathroomWhere would you rather have a fireplace. In the bedroom or in the bathroom? I vote bathroom. Via House Beautiful.

Coastal Theme FireplaceEven if a fireplace is non-functional, it's still a great asset. You have the opportunity to fill the opening with a big sculptural piece or a grouping of decorative objects, for example. Or how about a fireplace opening being filled with a great grouping of candles as featured on Decorating with Candles! Photo by Eric Roth.