In luxury yacht interiors, a touch of color, as well as a vibrant design touch, can give a different life to any part of a vessel. With that in mind have a look at some examples of Boca do Lobo’s top trends and colors that you can adapt to your own yacht decor.
Boca do Lobo is an example of a brand with a design that continuously thrives throughout the times presenting pieces that are never out of style. We’d like to remind you that some of the colors that will be shining on their own in the upcoming season are Night watch, afternoon and terracotta.
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Perfectly adapted to the edgy palette, this brand has pieces that would fit wholly in any luxury yacht interior design. One of their best examples is the Piccadilly cabinet, presented in the most glorious night watch tone. Being an example of taking contemporary pieces to the very next level, this cabinet is one of the most impressive pieces. As a matter of fact, there’s also the option of customizing this piece with a greenish-blue tone (as seen above).
Give your yacht saloon a golden touch of glamour through the Eden Center Table. The terracotta tone is flamboyant and mysteriously dazzling and is worthy of all the attention your guests will be giving this luxury peice.
You might also like to keep an eye on noble D. Manuel and D. Heritage Cabinets. Both these pieces draw inspiration from Portugal’s most prestigious legacies, allowing these timeless homages to give a special touch of history to any interior design room it’s placed at, which can lead to some interesting results when placed as a decorative item in a yacht wouldn’t you say?
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While we’re still on the topic of design trends to consider for 2019 Spring, we’d like to show you some examples of Boca do Lobo’s techniques that they apply in both their furniture and interior design projects. Have a look at them below and you can see some good options for you to redecorate your luxury yacht with a touch of the finest Craftmanship.
The Techniques of Boca do Lobo
“To form, to cut, and to joining processes can be a praiseworthy playground. An artful creative assortment of large-scale structures, assemblies, to the most delicate jewelry.”
Nowadays, metalworking can be truly artful to conceive, from a wide range of large-scale structures, assemblies, to the most delicate jewelry. It requires discipline, vision, and strength. Boca do Lobo has no restraint when it comes to using different processes and tools to shape new designs, by giving to their pieces rough, yet powerful expression. Seen and the Mix Metals is a trend that can work particularly well in the decoration of a luxury yacht investing in Metal materials is a guaranteed way to keep in touch with the current trends of this area.
‘Fine furniture calls for beautiful forms and one-of-a-kind silhouettes. One of the oldest arts of humankind reborn from the perfect marriage of ancient skills with mechanical methods.’
Joinery is one of the most elementary concepts in woodworking that connects different pieces of wood. A basic yet precious foundation that builds the pieces’ skeleton, therefore, Boca do Lobo has always put this efficient technique in the spotlight of their designs.
With the use of Jonery in decoration, many woodworkers have managed to enlighten one-of-kind silhouettes and in the case of yacht interior design and decoration opting for this technique is guaranteed to give life to special shapes that will give a special touch to any division inside a vessel.
‘When crafting a piece like this, the end result is always different, each piece is unique. It is hand-crafted work, a work of love.’
The art of filigree was born during the Roman period and it was passed down through generations of skilled medieval jewelers, often emulating the work of the Byzantine goldsmiths of Constantinople. Many of the pieces in this topic are defined by their embellished crosses, reliquaries and the covers of Bibles. Later, filigree became very popular in the French fashion from the ’60s until today.
Countries such as India, Italy, and of course, Portugal, have been treasuring it. There are still many luxury brands that take this technique and make the most marvelous examples of fine furniture with many interesting shapes. This technique, similarly to Jonery is sure to give a ship’s interior design some fascinating shapes and forms.
“The renowned hand-painted tiles reflect a Portuguese tradition with hundreds of years. There is no surprise that Boca do Lobo honors this treasurable fine art in the Heritage iconic series.”
Portugal is often mentioned as the country of whimsical beaches, Porto wine, seafood, and also azulejos. Many people who have visited the country visually recall the ceramic tiles painted in blue artistic patterns, repeated in many historical buildings or as rich accent elements, such as house numbers.
Profoundly linked to architectural use, the azulejo is usually applied as wall covering decoration, layering large surface areas on both the inside and outside of buildings. In yacht interior design this trend hasn’t really caught on, but can you imagine the Once Upon a Time Cabinet decorating a yacht’s saloon?