When we talk about marine decor, we are necessarily referring to regions, to countries. The Breton style is for example a good source of inspiration with its navy blue, its immaculate whites and its blood red which evokes the headlights. On the Atlantic Ocean side and around the Ile de Ré, these shades will fade with gray, bluish gray. Further south, on the Basque coast, we will add dark reds. When you approach the Mediterranean, it is the Greek spirit that reveals itself in all its splendor; close your eyes and imagine all the range of turquoise and Klein blues against the background of whitewashed walls ... Happiness! You understood, there is not only one marine style but several. It's up to you to adapt your colored range to your favorite region. The madness of the pebbles is there! To cover the top of a table or tile the floor of your bathroom, you will find at Leroy Merlin and the other large DIY surfaces pebbles in plates that you will only have to stick and join. The rollers are already calibrated and allow to make original and easy-to-live coatings. During your vacation, remember to collect driftwood. After being rolled in sand or pebbles and bleached by sea salt, the wood is stabilized and very decorative. You can make bouquets, coat hooks, or even drawer handles, for the more DIY enthusiasts. Raw bleached wood and planks will be good assets for your marine decor. And some beautiful shells in glass cups will be an essential complement. Opt for scraped cottons, spinnaker fabrics (at Lelièvre), linen stripes, discreet prints, waxed fabrics (Moline). You have the fresh air of the sea and vacations all year round!