Art prints for your home that will inspire your beach wanderlust

Let’s be honest, it doesn’t take much to make me want to go on holiday but beach and pool inspired artwork and prints have got me ready to pack my bikini and beach bag recently.

It may be because I feel like my summer holiday is well overdue or it may be that I simply love looking out at the ocean, either way I will be adorning my walls with some of these prints in the very near future.

As a person who has always lived by the sea sometimes I can feel a bit land-locked now I live right in the middle of England! I find staring at the sea incredibly relaxing and humbling, and where the real thing is absent I am more than happy to gaze at a beautiful print (well until I can jump on a plane anyway!).

Images: Shay Cochrane via The Every Girl | Louise Roe via One Kings Lane | Style your senses |Gray Malin

I have rounded up a selection of my favourites below.

I have long been a fan of Gray Malin’s bright aerial shots and wish myself into the scene every time I see one. I have also developed a recent love for Slim Aaron’s incredibly glamorous captures.

I can’t decide which one I will go for – perhaps it will be more than one! The Gray Malin’s Positano beach scene reminds me so much of my honeymoon…and the Olive et Oriel diving girl is #goals!


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What’s your favourite type of art right now?
Would you feed your wanderlust with prints in your home?

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  1. Frances
    August 18, 2017 / 4:57 pm

    I have only just discovered your blog – I love this post! I too live inland in the Cotswolds which I love but my heart is on the Cornish coast where I grew up. Love coastal style interiors and my house is full of it 🙂 The three split prints in the first photograph are beautiful – don’t suppose you know where they are from? I’ve tried to track them down… possibly her own photography? x

      • Frances
        August 21, 2017 / 10:48 am

        Thank you! so sorry I can now see you linked them in the first place!