Modern marvels: The best contemporary furnishings for your superyacht

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Ionna Marinopoulos lamp

Whether you've opted for colourful pieces for spring or ocean-inspired interior design pieces to suit your surroundings, every superyacht could benefit from a little fresh, contemporary update for the upcoming Med season. Show off your cultural nous with pieces by up-and-coming designers or choose one bold item to catch the attention of guests - after all, it's easier than a refit.

Ionna Marinopoulos lamp

Spartan Glory lamps, by yacht designer Ioanna Marinopoulos, are masterpieces in marble and can custom-fit your yacht.

From £4,500, imarinopoulos.com

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Linley mirror

Linley’s master craftsmen break with formality with the playful Henley range, including the Triangle Mirror, with bleached and hand-dyed marquetry. The sycamore frame has an inlay of yellow bolivar, taupe eucalyptus, white anegre and birch in blue, orange and burgundy.

From £1,250, davidlinley.com

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Flexiform chair

The good looks of Flexiform’s Corno chair belie its comfort. The woven leather cord back and modern wood and metal frame add an air of sophistication.

£4,536, interdesignuk.biz

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Tai Ping rug

Tai Ping presents a collection of 14 handmade wool and silk rugs created in collaboration with floral design guru Jeff Leatham. The aptly named Bloom collection includes the wool and dull silk Laminae rug.

£4,390 for a 2x3m rug, taipingcarpets.com

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David Adjaye chair

The Washington Skeleton Side Chair, penned by British architect David Adjaye, strikes a balance between sculptural and functional. A usable work of art, the cantilevered chairs gently balance, while a fine geometric lattice entices.

£600 plus VAT, studiotex.co.uk

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Poltrona Frau table

A range of five side tables in various shapes, heights and materials make up the Ilary collection from Poltrona Frau. Designed by French architect Jean-Marie Massaud, the coffee tables are topped with leather or marble.

From £690, poltronafrau.com

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