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The top interior design brands to see at the Monaco Yacht Show 2017

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Heirlooms

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While the main draw of the Monaco Yacht Show may be the displays of top new yachts and the largest yachts for sale, if you’re not in the market for a new vessel then there are plenty of interior brands in attendance just ready and waiting to inspire your new season overhaul. Click through to see the superyacht interior design brands to know this year…

Heirlooms

British fine linen brand Heirlooms will make its 15th appearance at the Monaco Yacht Show in 2017 and, to mark the occasion, will be showcasing a collection of bed linens inspired by the Jardin Exotique du Monaco. Alongside fine cotton and linen fabrics embroidered or printed with botanical motifs will be a follow-up to last year’s Safari bath linen for children featuring cactus characters named Pedro and Valentina. Heirlooms will also be displaying the result of a recent collaboration with porcelain painter Christiane von Trapp in which the brand created a range of table linens to complement von Trapp’s Alpine-inspired tableware.

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