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6 things to know before buying linen for your yacht

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Don’t leave choosing your linen to the last minute

It may seem like a finishing touch but choosing the right linen for your yacht can make or break your interior design aesthetic. Whether you’re leaving the decision up to your interior designer or like to be a little more hands on, there are some important things to consider when buying linen for yachts. We sat down with Hervé Martin, CEO of Italian luxury linen specialist Frette, to find out exactly what you should know.

Don’t leave choosing your linen to the last minute

The design of a yacht is not the same as the design of a house. In a yacht, even if it’s a very large one, you have limitations with the space and environment and there are things you try to achieve with a yacht that you don’t think about in a house. With a house you can decide to buy your linen at the very end but in a yacht you should integrate all the elements, including decorative things like linen, at the very beginning of the process.

You need to have a 360-degree approach when designing a yacht’s interior space and to do that the interior designer needs to have all suppliers and brands involved as soon as possible. We work with designers early in their project because we believe that, whether it’s a cushion, a throw or a whole set of cabin linen, it’s not just the cherry on the cake, it’s something that redefines the space.

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