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The new interiors pieces to know from Salone del Mobile 2018

Salone del Mobile, the annual design fair which took place in Milan last week, is a prime source of interior design inspiration for owners seeking to revamp their yachts. However, with so many brands presenting their latest and greatest, finding the best pieces can sometimes feel overwhelming so we have done the legwork for you. Scroll down for our pick of the top pieces for your yacht from Salone del Mobile 2018.

For your desk: Armani/Casa

Keep everything tidy with these geometrical print wooden boxes by Armani/Casa.

The statement piece: Lasvit

Add an element of fun with these Outer Space Monsters designed by Campana Brothers for Lasvit, winner of this year’s Milan Design Award.

On deck: Minotti

For Minotti, Brazilian architect Marcio Kogan designed Quadrado, a brilliant modular system consisting of suspended square platforms that can be easily rearranged according to a yacht’s need.

Lighting: Artemide

Artemide’s Gople lamps by Pierpaolo Ferrari would look amazing hanging over the dining table.

For the table: Danes

Designed by artistic director Ron Gilad, this futuristic fruit bowl by Danes will make an exceptional centrepiece.

Main saloon: Molteni

Vincent Van Duysen’s Grid design for Molteni allows for maximum flexibility - shelves and cabinets can be easily moved along the wooden frame.

The party prop: Marni

Marni commissioned a group of female artisans from Villanueva, Colombia, to create a colourful range called La Vereda. These decorative cactuses are perfect to set the mood for a summer party.

Colour scheme: Rubelli

Take inspiration from Armani/Casa's vibrant red and blue palette with these iridescent silk fabrics created for the brand by Rubelli.

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