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Caribbean-inspired pieces for your superyacht interior
2019-06-19By Mieke ten Have

Channel the opalescent blues and lush greens of the Caribbean at home or on board, says Mieke ten Have

STYLISH SEAT

Shown here in oak and upholstered in Peter Dunham’s iconic Fig Leaf pattern, the Formosa chair now comes in teak for outdoor use.

$4,200, hollywoodathome.com

TIMELESS TRAY

Indigo-dyed textiles are universally adored and have long been crafted by indigenous cultures employing age-old techniques. St Frank’s Beads Indigo tray applies the textile with laminate and accents it with gold-hued metal handles.

$550, stfrank.com

CLASSY GLASS

Bahamas-based interior designer Amanda Lindroth is the arbiter of Caribbean elegance. Her seagrass-wrapped glassware is inspired by time spent at Lyford Cay.

From $16 per glass, amandalindroth.com

SCENIC ROOTS

Panoramic wallpaper is making a comeback, thanks to contemporary makers like Anabô, who are reimagining the genre’s possibilities. The Paris-based form specialises in lush, evocative tropical motifs like “Andaman.”

From €440, ananbo.com

SEA SALVAGE

Australian-born, London-based industrial designer Brodie Neill repurposed blue and green ocean plastic waste to make a form of terrazzo for his “Gyro” table, a contemporary answer to the 19th-century specimen table.

POA, brodieneill.com

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