Whether you coastal porch is a weathered or a bright blue cottage theme, these must have coastal décor pieces will make your porch scream “welcome aboard.”
Paint the porch floor. Don’t be afraid of bright beach colors. The porch will always be a cheery spot even when a storm threatens.
Ceiling fans provide that slight cool breeze that you would expect if you were out sailing.
Nautical wall décor. Use old oars, anchors, and buoys to show your love of all things nautical.
Glass bottle wind charms. Create a unique message in a bottle every time the coastal breeze blows.
Porch swing. Nothing is more relaxing than the motion of a porch swing. Grab a book, or curl up with a loved one and swing to the sounds of the waves.
Fresh flowers provide a boost of color and a cozy cottage feel to your porch.
Picnic tables make a porch have a sense of adventure. Sandwiches don’t need sand (from the beach) in them to taste amazing.
Surfboards can be used for many things. Propped up by the door, hanging from the ceiling of the porch, or in this case, it makes a beautiful coffee table that will be a great conversation piece.
Fishing net. Nothing says “Catch of the day” more than a net. Set your table using a net as a table runner, a table cloth, or drape them over the back of the chair.
Pillows make the whole porch happy. They provide comfort from a long day. Be bold, mix and match colors and patterns.
Shutters aren’t just for windows. Be creative and upcycle and old shutter for your porch.
Every sailor knows the importance of a lantern. Use them on your porch to provide a warm glow as the sun goes down.
Tin pails. What would a beach be without a pail and shovel? Paint your buckets and line the steps of your porch of be creative and use them for lighting, flower vases and so much more.
Wicker is a common choice for porch furniture. But, it doesn’t always have to be white. A yellow, blue, or cream color goes well with most coastal décor.