Get the Look: Nautical

Get the Look: Nautical

Welcome to the first in our series of lifestyle picks from our collections!

Inspired by the natural and fresh feel of all things nautical, as well as our love of a blue and white stripe, here are our top five picks from our latest collection. Shop now >>

1. Lu West: Whale

London-based artist Lu West hand pulls her limited edition screenprints in her Kew Gardens studio. She has a great range of marine prints, including turtles, sailboats and these cheeky whales bobbing on a pretty graphic ocean. Available in cerulean and coral, chartreuse and grey (pictured) or rose and grey.

2. Kitty Cooper: Aquarium

We love UK-based watercolourist Kitty Cooper's kooky designs. 'Aquarium' is our favourite of her series of stylised portraits, and one of her most playful.

3. Nicola Beattie: Fig Shell

Whilst not strictly nautical, sculptor Nicola Beattie's work focuses on natural form, light and shade, curves and contrasts. Fig Shell is carved from African opal stone and has a quiet, still presence without busyness.

4. Mel Graham: Sailing 1

A Gorgeous summer sailing piece. With stunning teal and vibrant sails streaming across the waves, this very sweet 20x20cm deep canvas, will brighten any naked wall.

5. Debby Mason: Nautilus

For those more serious about their sea creatures, this beautiful limited edition mezzotint etching of the magnificent Nautilus is one of printmaker Debby Mason's most personal prints.

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Header image credit: Photography, Jean Allsopp. Interior Design, Georgia Carlee


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