The Contour of Luxury Summer 2019 - Page 591

T here are eight guest cabins, each representing a unique geographic destination. On the lower deck, Provence and China Seas can be arranged into singles or double, with the rest of the guest cabins in a double formation with optional sofa beds. Each of the cabins enjoys an astounding level of coherence within their individual themes, with the most minute of details linking each of the spaces. Provence is light and playful, with soft yellow silk wallpaper incorporating a bee theme. China Seas enjoys a soft mint green colour palette. Canvas textured walls, bamboo side tables and an embroidered bamboo pattern on the leading edge of the curtains reflect the oriental theme. Russian Dacha and Tuscany also go to great lengths to transport their occupants to their respective destinations, with hand carved headboards, bespoke tiebacks and lampshades and matching marbles used for both the side tables and the bathrooms. On the main deck are London, Paris, New York and Marrakech. Two of these cabins possess a sofa bed, large desk, armchairs and side table, while the other two boast large armchairs. London takes its inspiration from Claridges, with a quintessentially British d├ęcor of mahogany and marquetry. The colour theme is crisp whites and rich blues, with a stunning blue marble bathroom, while Paris is an homage to a bygone age, with Fleur-de-Lis motifs and Toile de Jouy on the fabrics. New York takes Art Deco to another level, picking the most elegant details from that era. Beige feature stone with high-gloss rosewood, a nod to the Chrysler Tower and fan shape details all come together to create a thread that you can unmistakably identify. Marrakech has serious impact, with deep pink accents and furniture boasting a mother of pearl inlay. Hand embossed metal side tables are custom made for this space, as is the day bed along the window.