Modern marvels: The best contemporary furnishings for your superyacht

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,

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,

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.


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,

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,

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,

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