This ‘classic yacht’ inspired interior brings an open and fresh feeling to this Princess V70 saloon. Classic in its mood and general palette – this interior is brought up to date with this use of matte lacquer, bold patterned cushions and simplified sofa shaping.
We start with the images at launch, only you will understand the impact after years of enjoyment given to previous owners.
The four separate helm seats have been removed and replaced with two upholstered bench seats, giving the saloon a more residential and relaxed ambiance. Quality details have been added with embossed leather strapping to the linen helm seats and v-groove detailing to the port side tables.
Centrally a low powder coated aluminium coffee table helps to create a relaxed and inviting seating area.
The space is now fully carpeted with a herringbone wool design that runs fore to aft and gives the illusion of more floor space.
The colour palette for this scheme has a classic sophistication quality about it.
A base of natural matte linen weaves compliments the deep gloss timber. Rich details of tan embossed leather are cooled with denim blue pattern and oyster matte lacquer accents achieving a welcoming environment echoing the design standard of newly launched yachts today.
For this 34M Saloon we wanted to create the feeling of a slick city apartment using the generous proportions within this area – now significantly increased by removing the central bulkhead, enabling us to create that free standing feeling to the furniture design and layout within.
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The brief for this project was to create a more residential and calming feeling whilst enhancing the original attributes of the 82 saloon & dining area. This design invites you into a comfortable lounge area with ample seating for friends and family to enjoy a well-earned tipple or canapé.