Marty Lowe is the interior designer we’re going to talk about today. She’s been designing yachts for many world-class yacht manufacturers since 1982, having on her record around 30 superyachts. Today we’re having a look at 5 of her most relevant works in yacht interior design.
Marty is known for collaborating with big names in the industry such as Sanlorenzo, Ferretti, Custom Line, Broward Yachts, Benetti, Azimut, among many others. Whether she and her team are taking on yachts, public spaces or homes, they always try to visualize and develop the ideal environment that the client dreams about.
This vessel has a minimalistic yet elegant interior with several high gloss quality wood panels to show for. With neutral tone furnishings, panoramic windows in the salon and private formal dining space, this is a perfect ship to spend some quality private time alone or with friends and family.
In the case of this yacht’s interior design, Lowe opted to invest in high gloss cherry wood, leathers and designer fabrics throughout the vessel. Guests lucky enough to cruise in this ship will also certainly enjoy the open plan saloon and her lounge area in shades of blue and white.
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How Ya Dooz’n
Sanlorenzo’s How Ya Dooz’n was one of Lowe’s most recent works in yacht interior design, alongside Francesco Paszkowski. The interior is chic and sleek with rough textured white wood and flooring complemented with elements such as a floating staircase and a dramatic custom backlit stone wall. Her accommodations are the finest you’ll ever see when it comes to the best luxury.
This vessel has one of the best quality comforts, not only thanks to her ultra-modern stabilization system but also due to Lowe’s take on the interior design of the vessel. With a timeless interior styling, Keiki Kai has the capacity to sleep 8 guests in 4 rooms (a master suite, 1 double cabin, and 2 twin cabins).
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This ship has accommodations with space for 8 guests in 4 cabins. Among them are a full beam owner’s suite with a king size bed, walk-in closet, large bath, and an oversized shower. There’s also a queen VIP stateroom complete with a centreline bed, ample storage and an oversized shower, and lastly, two twin cabins with marble ensuite bathrooms.