13 of our favourite seashell-inspired interiors pieces to bring the beach to you

Now and again, an interiors trend comes around that changes the way we decorate our homes for good. Interiors Instagram accounts are massive these days, and so many micro-trends are born on the platform, from raffia and rattan to pampass grass. But the latest to appear again and again on our feeds is seashells.

Whether it’s a simple trinket dish or a scallop-edged chair, shell shapes have been popping up all over the grid, and the pieces are a great way to refresh your home without having to spend too much.

With so much choice in the shops (both virtual and physical), you can go as big or small with this coastal nod as you desire, with everything ranging from shell prints to little knockers and handles, to larger pieces of furniture, which honour the trend in a more obvious way, up for grabs.

Your options are endless, and so many retailers are getting in on the trend, from places like H&M Home to Oliver Bonas. Retailers like Etsy, Not On The High Street, and Trouva are great places that stock some real finds from different sellers all over the world, so you’re bound to find something you love.

13 of our favourite seashell-inspired interiors pieces to shop now

Shell Knocker Brass, £50.00, Trouva


Flora Scalloped Dusty Pink Velvet Armchair, £395, Oliver Bonas


Shells And Coral Print, £15, Not On The High Street


Mermaid Fork Set Brass Brass Goldplated, €34.95, Anna Nina


Crochet shell storage basket, £22, Etsy


Patterned Cotton Table Runner, £8.99, H&M Home


Gold Scallop Shell Jewellery Trinket Dish, £10, Not On The High Street


Soy Wax Sculpted Shell Candle, £12.50, Etsy


Conch Shell Toothbrush Holder, £19.50, Not On The High Street


Textured Ceramic Shell Vase in Terracotta, £18.00, The Little Deer


Pair Of Natural Rattan Shell Light Shades, £450, Not On The High Street


Stoneware Serving Dish, £17.99, H&M Home


Sea Shells Porcelain Tea Lights, £18.95, Not On The High Street