We are always in a state of refinement. Whether it’s our life goals, our habits or our physical environment, we humans continuously seek to improve! Routine refinement is a major part of what yacht designers do every day. There is something so satisfying about taking an already beautiful work of art and elevating her to her next stage – and even with new builds the emphasis is on improving upon one’s previous yacht experience or a builder’s previous spec design. In the end, it’s all about bringing joy and satisfaction to owners and guests, and we get to enjoy the process!
How to Achieve the Look Without the Kitsch!
It is one of the most beloved design looks, one that can capture the magic of the sea, the allure of the ocean, the emotion of a sun-kissed day, and bring it all into our interior space. Timeless in its popularity, this decorative style has spanned generations – most of us can recall childhood days at Grandma’s house by the shore where starfish knick knacks and be-shelled mirrors set the tone for never-ending days marked by sandy toes and taffy treats.
For years, however, the implementation of anything nautical within a yacht’s design was bit of a faux pas. Aboard the 161’ Trinity yacht Stay Salty, we show you how to bring out the chic in nautical chic.
Read our blog post Nautical Chic Yacht Interior – Without The Kitsch!
Project: 64' Grand Banks Paikea II
Scope: Complete Interior & Exterior Refit
Shipyard: Roscioli Yachting Center
We are in the home stretch! The sun shade has been installed on the boat deck and all of the fabrication of the loose furniture is complete, with all paint and stone work to wrap up soon. This stately yacht will soon be accommodating her owners and plenty of guests quite comfortably as they cruise off into the sunset! Read More