This Harborside Tiny House Is Full of Neat Nautical Decorating Ideas

This tiny house by the sea is what dreams are made of.

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Douglas Friedman

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.

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nautical tiny house decorating ideas - entryway
Douglas Friedman

To create a collected feel, a total of 36 oil paintings line every nook of the house, including door backs.

Get the look: oil portrait paintings (starting at $20, )

Dining Area
nautical tiny house decorating ideas - dining area
Douglas Friedman

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, )

nautical tiny house decorating ideas - kitchen
Douglas Friedman

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, )

nautical tiny house decorating ideas - bedroom
Douglas Friedman

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, )

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