If you walk around any boat show you’ll notice that yacht decor and interior design are evolving fast. This evolution is influenced by both shifting tastes and new technology, yacht interior trends change every 3 years, which has repercussions on the sale of vessels.
When it comes to accessories for yacht interior design, in the words of Dana Duquesne of Yacht Décor Inc. “Accessories are vital to completing the overall look, finish and feel of a superyacht interior”.
You’re having dinner on your yacht, the sun is setting on the horizon and you are enjoying the most beautiful sunset on the planet, wouldn’t it be spoiled if you were eating that dinner from plastic plates?
The selection of Hermes Bleus d’Ailleurs dishware we present you is the perfect addition to your yacht table decor. From the modern design to the ocean blue limonges porcelain, this wonderful set complements the elegance of any situation.
Bleus d’Ailleurs evokes the countless sea voyages of exploration and trade between Paris and Asia world taking inspiration from the traditional Ming porcelain and from the array of shapes seen in nature.
There are an array of luxury tableware brands that are well-known and loved within the superyacht industry, and collections preferred for their striking beauty and timeless design.
The brand that everyone loves when it comes to yacht flatware is the renowned Christofle that offers a wide selection of cutlery and serving items. Christofle annually introduces new collections to its design portfolio.
Baccarat produces wonderful handmade crystals, for centuries it has pioneered techniques that require decades of practice to perfect.
Over the years it has become the indispensable reference point in the art of tableware. Among its crystal collections there are those dedicated to bars, tables, decorations and lighting.
Baccarat collections include entire sets of glassware to complete your table set as well as a selection of glasses belonging to the collection Vega that are meant to add a touch of color and personalization to enrich the look and feel of your setup.
Born in 1586, the Müntzthal glassworks become “Verrerie royale” (Royal Glassworks) in 1767 through Louis XV’s royal seal of approval.
Since 1829, renamed “Cristallerie royale de Saint-Louis”, the manufacture is exclusively devoted to the production of crystal-glass items and introduced the concept of a set of glasses for the dining table with the Trianon service.
Saint-Louis is truly a manufactory of its time, a blend of tradition and innovation that never ceases to draw inspiration from contemporary artistic trends in order to renew and shape its identity.