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6 ways to display flowers on your yacht

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A floral display for a superyacht bathroom created by Tina Green
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Flowers for the yacht bathrooms & bedrooms: Intimate details

I always match the flowers in the yacht's bedroom and the bathroom as I like symmetry; they don’t have to be set in the same way, but the colours and the theme will always match so there is a feeling of cohesion. For this set, we used tuberoses, calla lilies and thai orchids, and made sure there were plenty of candles.

I change the flowers in the bedrooms and bathrooms once a week and if we go on a big trip and I know it will be hard to source flowers locally, I tend to use potted flowers and plants, and then gather any local flora and fauna, shells, leaves etc.

Very occasionally I will use fake flowers, but you have to be careful or they can look naff. Generally, when it comes to fake ones, less is more.

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