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Nautical Address Plaques

Beach And Nautical Themed Address Plaques

Are you a fan of the sea, of nautical anchors, captains’ wheels, and ocean vessels? Does your idea of the perfect life involve living and breathing the salty sea air, 24 hours a day? Is your lifelong dream to live in a towering lighthouse on the rocky shores of New England? Then you’ve got to check out the Nautical Address Plaques and nautical themed outdoor wall decor.

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Imagine buying your very first seaside cottage on the sunny shores of Savannah, Georgia, or San Clemente, California. The exterior of the home is painted in white and blue with just a splash of red accents, the perfect combination of colors for a true seafarer. Every detail of the décor is hand-selected by you after spending countless weekends visiting garage sales and antique stores. The entire location looks dreamy and peaceful, except for the ugly old address plaque at the property entrance. You want something reminiscent of life on the sea.

This coastal decor shop has everything, including an entire section devoted only to nautical-themed address plaques. From designs made of white ceramic with raised lettering in a tranquil seafoam green to lighthouse-shaped plaques of royal blue with embellished maritime images of conch shells, starfish, and palm trees, the choices were simply amazing. And each plaque is individually crafted with your precise home address. No peel-and-stick numbers and letters are included in these designs. These are true works of art.

The Beach Decor Shop is the perfect home furnishings site for the sea-loving homeowner or interior designer who demands high quality and unique furnishings at very reasonable prices. You don’t have to live in the coastal regions of America to lead a more tropical lifestyle. Thanks to the Beach Decor Shop, anyone can design a more nautically-inspired home, right down to the personalized address plaque on the front door.

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Coastal Turtle Accent Rug
Looks great, we will see how it holds up in future.
Chris Dooley
Jan 11, 2015