Recent tropical charter vacation left you with a taste for bold colours and vibrant prints? There's no need to overhaul your whole boat - just a few small additions can help breathe some island vibes into your interiors. Capture the spirit of the Caribbean with artisan pieces and pops of colour, says Tory Kingdon.
Mother & Daughter pot of symbols, 2001
These crystalline-glazed stoneware pots were originally commissioned for the offices of the Old Bailey and Royal Courts of Justice in the UK.
Bywater bedside cupboard
A practical bedside unit in beautiful washed acacia with carved detailing, this cupboard also features polka dot-lined drawers.
Nido armchair and pouf
Look to Paola Lenti for outdoor seating in vibrant hues. We love the Nido armchair with a contemporary stainless steel base and a comfortable woven seat with cushions.
Rainforest Rabble fabric
In 100 per cent linen, this vibrant print in the sherbet colourway echoes the pretty pastel hues found in the Bahamas.
£67.90 per metre, linwoodfabric.com
This fresh green scent is inspired by the fragrance of the tropical Casuarina tree.
Rays block colour linen tablecloth
Part of a collection of four, this 160cm x 380cm linen tablecloth will bring island-style sunshine to any mealtime.
The Howes dining table
A collaboration between Davidson and Taylor Howes, this beautiful table, available in bespoke sizes, is hand-carved and finished in a unique pebble anegre with a bronze inlay to the edge and base.
From £22,000, davidsonlondon.com
Petit & Grand Nyx folding stools
Designed by Romeo Sozzi, these fold-up stools come in two sizes and are formed of a satin-finished black maple base and leather seat.
From £1,400, promemoria.com