Architectural Features to Consider for a Beautiful Nautical Kitchen

Nautical inspired home design has been a part of traditional New England homes for years. Subtle references to the sea help create a look that is classic while also feeling fresh and new. If you're hoping to create a nautical inspired kitchen during your home remodeling project consider adding the following:

      • Circular windows Installing a single circular window or several in a series suggests the idea of a ship's porthole and can add a nautical feel to your kitchen. To add even more visual interest, consider adding detailed casements to the window that match the room's trim.

Beach Style Kitchen by Rehoboth Beach Home Builders Echelon Custom Homes via Houzz

      • White beadboard and trim Crisp white beadboard and trim instantly bring a nautical feel to any kitchen. You can also install the beadboard on the ceiling to add texture and dimension.

Beach Style Kitchen by Stonington Architects & Building Designers Michael McKinley and Associates, LLC via Houzz

      • Mixed materials Choosing a variety of materials for your kitchen will add subtle nautical touches while emphasizing an eclectic design. Blue cabinets with a sleek white countertop and white walls will help create a nautical look without being too obvious.

Traditional Kitchen by Red Bank Kitchen & Bath Designers Town & Country Kitchen and Bath via Houzz

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