With a new season on the horizon thoughts may be turning to a superyacht interiorsrefit. However, before committing to a huge overhaul consider the effect a few well chosen colourful trend-led pieces could have to give your saloons new life. Shine bright in 2019 with these luminous high-gloss pieces for your boat or home, says Mieke ten Have...
Tray of light: The Lacquer Company
James Lowther’s Lacquer Company regularly looks to luminaries of the design world to create collections. Here, Luke Edward Hall has riffed on Christian Bérard’s style for his painterly trays.
Based in Red Hook, New York, DLV Designs specialises in techniques such as coquille d’oeuf, a form of lacquer using eggshell inlay to create texture and pattern on pieces such as the L’Oeuf mirror.
Designer Rosi de Ruig specialises in marbleisation techniques for homewares; she now has a stylish range of lacquer lamps.
From $162, rosi-de-ruig.myshopify.com
Dutch conceptual designer Aldo Bakker fetishises ancient techniques, perfecting and honing practices such as lacquer application. The designer worked with a Japanese urushi master to make this limited-edition urushi stool.
This coffee table plays with form, colour and connection. Designed by Hagit Pincovici, its Carrera marble and lacquered wood shapes perch on brass legs.