Designer Ken Fulk's restored 19th-century getaway in Provincetown, Massachusetts, boasts vintage spirit of the salty sort. Take a peek inside for nautical decor inspiration and tiny house ideas you can feature anywhere.
Ken skipped window treatments in the dining nook, tempering dark painted floors with lots of light. An antique bridge table and thatched-seat chairs sub in for standard dining furniture.
Get the look: wooden bridge table ($52, )
With over-the-door open shelving and clever wall-mounted storage, Ken was able to cut down on clunky cabinets and find space to showcase his kitchen collectibles.
Get the look: wood wall pot rack ($95, )
A saturated color on the ceiling, trim, and walls eliminates visual breaks and helps the ceiling feel taller. Accents like a salvaged boat hatch light fixture reinforce a nautical vibe.
Get the look: denim blue bedding ($81, )