HOME IS WHERE THE ART IS
Display your love for the deep blue sea with artful accessories from Northwest shops and creatives handpicked by style expert ANDREW HOGE.
Whether arranged aboard in the salon, or shown in a sitting room back on land, these nature- and sea-inspired accessories are sure to add artful appeal to any living space.
Antica Farmacista Wave Collection
Antica Farmacista is a hometown Seattle fragrance brand whose intoxicating scents are enjoyed across the country from personal residences to luxury hotels. Their most recent travel-inspired collection, Rivet, features a scent dubbed Wave that features notes of saltwater, lemon, and orange rind that will add a refreshing scent to your cabin. (Prices range $8-$78; available at anticafarmacista.com)
French born Gregoire Moulin is now Pacific Northwest dwelling photographer who snaps photos of the world from a unique perspective, highlighting street photography, ocean photography, and beautiful depictions of life abroad. (Available in a variety of sizes and frames, prints rang from $800-$1,750; available at adorn.house)
Hering Berlin Mackerel Serving Collection
Most nautical-inspired crockery can feel out-of-date, which is why The Mackerel serving collection by Hering Berlin offers a refreshing change whether you decide to dine on your aft deck or ashore. Each handmade porcelain dish features a stylish ocean creature and is dishwasher and microwave safe. (Prices range from $76-$460; available at floraandhenri.com)
Ross Collado Artwork
On the hunt for a unique frame to adorn your walls? Look no further than up-and-coming, self-taught local artist Ross Collado who paints acrylic in saturated hues and amorphous brush strokes that, if you look hard enough, seem to embody the waves at sea. His work is available by commission which means you could be one of the first to snatch up a one-of-a-kind piece from this local trendsetter. (Prices start at $150; available at etsy.com/shop/PeintreRoss)
Rain Ceramics Planters & Mugs
If you scroll through Instagram you might come across the trendsetters who covet the adorable mugs and planters handcrafted by Rain Ceramics. These handmade creations, available in pastel hues and often in a cute, very Northwest appropriate cloud motif, are released in small batches and are sure to put a smile on your face. ($50-$60; available at rainceramic.com) LINKS: