The Big Catch: Fishy Decorating Ideas
Whether you live by the water or simply have an affinity for aquatic creatures, dive deep into the fishing design trend with these playful finds.
With its coastal locale, the HGTV Urban Oasis 2020 leans into Maine's rich fishing heritage. In the guest bedroom, rainbow trout artwork created by artist Karen Musgraves pulls together all the colors used throughout the home.
Robert Peterson, Rustic White
We've rounded up some fun ideas for bringing a little fishy decor into your home.
If you want a little maritime style, but aren't a fan of literal fish dotting your decor, take a peek at these vintage-inspired fishing weights. The trio has an oxidized copper finish, and while they look like heavy-duty sinkers, they actually only weigh six pounds all together.
Yes, whales are mammals and not fish, but they do live in the water with all their fishy friends. Plus, this watercolor diptych is a beautiful conversation starter. Hang it in the corner of a room for unexpected styling or side-by-side over a sofa or bed.
Colorful koi fish are a beloved aquatic pet and bring an art-like quality to outdoor ponds. This pretty depiction may not add color to your bookshelf or coffee table, but it certainly brings a note of glam. Available in two sizes, the sculptures are handcrafted from solid brass.