Be inspired by the beach by taking time to enjoy the serenity of the ocean. Our beach collection allows you to recreate these feelings evoked by beachside living. The scene is this: soft, warm sand under your feet, the touch of cool beach water, the fresh ocean breeze in your hair, breathe in the fresh air, then throw down a towel and enjoy the day.
“A day at the beach is never lost time. When the warm grains of sand touch our hearts, we know we’re in the right place.” - Unknown
For many of us, the beach is the place we go to relax and unwind, put up our feet and decompress. Sometimes we’ll have a crisp, refreshing drink, other times an umbrella will do to offer some shade from the wrath of the sun. But the feeling of relaxation is always achieved after a day at the beach.
Bring the tranquillity and beauty of the beach into your home with wall art. Below, we have compiled a list of ways to achieve this feeling in your home.
When creating a mood inspired by the beach, a gallery wall can achieve more than one large art piece. With a gallery wall, a beach photo doesn’t have to be limited to the ocean. Add pieces by famous artists like Claude Monet, Vincent van Gogh, and Katsushika Hokusai.
Put together a gallery wall evoking the beach. These canvas art pieces could include images of shells found across the sand, tropical palm trees, soft waves, washed up boats, and more.
Add an abstract wall art to your home to help evoke the beach in a more modern way.
Bring the beach into your home with our beach collection of beach art, with hundreds of different prints ranging from photography to watercolours to illustrations. From beaches at sunset and stretches of golden sand, there’s much and more you can hang up. Mix and match shades of blue and golden yellow, from turquoise to cobalt blue, butter yellow to pineapple yellow.
A splash of bold colour can add vibrancy to the room, like this canvas art of a stunning sunset bursting with colour. Beaches are often filled with people in bright and lively colours evoking joy and happiness. Umbrellas and beach towels are often where we can often spot these colours.