Coastal Vintage Style Interiors

Below is a collation of my favourite coastal vintage style interiors that I blogged about last year - all based in bars, cafes, shops, restaurants and resorts.  
The River Bar in Brisbane is a great source of inspiration for decorating with lots of vintage nautical items. Isn't that crab pot light and the wall filled with fishing & maritime memorabilia just fabulous?
A simple old sisal rope draped across a beam with lights is very cool indeed.  
Vintage nautical flags displayed behind a model sailing yacht. 
Such a lovely collection of old bottles, a big old fishing float and other beautiful old nautical finds. 
Port holes with mirrors and ship's lights complete another wall. 
The Riverbar is well worth a visit and is located at Eagle St Pier. 
One of the highlights last year was visiting the QT Resort in Port Douglas, Far North Queensland. At the entrance you are greeted with this incredible glass float display.  It was huge. 
The ship's lights at the base are around a metre tall. 
And as you can see there was also an amazing collection of old ship's portholes of all shapes and sizes. All of them have been turned into mirrors and adorned the bar area and in the bathrooms. 
Great idea isn't it?
Aren't these lights stunning? 
These are located at the Drift Bar in Caloundra. It is a new funky bar where the owner has decorated it beautifully with quite a large range of items from Coastal Vintage. 
Here are a few pics of my favourite pieces. 
Just before The Brightwater Hotel opened here on the Sunshine Coast, they invested quite a lot into their interior including a large range from Coastal Vintage.
Including this wall of oars and many old lobster pot buoys from Maine. 
Scattered throughout the hotel are several vintage nautical flags that they had framed. 

And lots of lovely rustic oars & life rings that fill up blank wall spaces perfectly.  
And finally a gorgeous resort style wear shop on Hastings St, Noosa. 
Another gorgeous lobster pot light, oars & old fishing net with glass floats on the floor.
If you would like to see more photos, you can find more by browsing this blog. Or if you see something that you love, please pop over to the website. If it's not there, contact us and I will see if I can find it for you. 

until next time, lover of the sea and tall things coastal vintage


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  1. I just LOVE the mirrors. When you come across a porthole mirror or similar next, its MINE! just beautiful Sally :) xx

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    1. Hi Ashlea, I will have some more tomorrow! I will tag you when I post on IG soon. xx

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  2. Some very cool stuff there. Just love those glass floats.

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