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Interior moves


When it comes to linens and fabrics, it is all in the detail. These are our favourite interior suppliers to keep your yacht looking stylish and modern


MC Interieur M


ichelle Monique Cézanne, born in Frankfurt am Main - Germany, has lived in Monaco


over 10 years. Her company, Michelle Cézanne Interieur, offers a perfected style with an individual concept of exceptional, international and hand-selected items. Her client portfolio consists of yacht owners and crew, hotels, architects and selected private clients. Michelle offers exclusive indoor and outdoor furniture from suppliers such as Dedon and Siebensee, custom built and sustainable products, marine proof textiles and flooring, with individual designs on demand. A whole range of products can be personalised or entirely produced for our unique clientele. The close cooperation with family owned companies, have formed the foundation of the business. For more details Tel: +377 9310 5436 or visit www.mcinterieur.com


Extex E


xtex have been designing and developing luxury fabric collections to transform outdoor living for over fifteen years with a fabric library that now


includes 13 stunning ranges to suit all styles. Renowned for their outstanding performance qualities and luxurious feel, the superior fabric ranges promise to instantly update outdoor environments by bringing comfort and interior trend influences to the marine world. Choose from a comprehensive collection of beautiful outdoor fabrics in over 100 colour options, including light neutral tones that evoke subtle sophistication and vibrant, bold shades that promise to bring your yacht to life. The latest range from Extex, Alpine, is a new range of outdoor fabrics with patterns inspired from geology. Reflecting a softer colour palette of greys, browns and beige, the Alpine range is cool in tone but hardwearing. Alpine uses a polyolefin solution dyed yarn to ensure it stays colour fast to light and stain and mould resistant. Ideal for ocean life and the harsh summer sun, Alpine fabrics share the all-weather durability that the range’s name reflects. Fully machine washable and 100% recyclable means Extex Alpine won’t impact the environment after its use and is the choice for the eco-conscious consumer. For more details Tel: +44 (0)1634 718 871 or visit www.extex.co.uk


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