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She wears it well: How to pick the best fabrics for every room of your yacht

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Master suite

Yacht currently in build or back in the refit yard for winter? Then now is the perfect time to reconsider your on board interiors. But, whether it's the demanding weather conditions of the sundeck or the aesthetic and practical necessities of a children's cabin, selecting the perfect fabrics for each room can be challenging and time consuming. Read on for our guide to choosing the perfect fabrics guaranteed to stand up to whatever your yacht can throw at them...

Master Suite

“When we began work on the 62 metre Maidelle (now Party Girl) it was with a fully custom approach,” says Rubelli’s head of design Alberto Pezzato. “We worked with Donghia and the interior designer Cristiano Gatto to create bespoke furniture in linen and silk and covered walls and ceilings in rare materials like parchment to complement the custom leather Venetian blinds we created.” The bespoke linen treatment comes with a price tag to match but if there’s one place you shouldn’t cut corners it’s in your suite. Rubelli’s opulent Katagami jacquard is a good place to start.

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