In a world of ever increasing expectations, the super rich want to see something different. It’s not just about furnishing their yachts and properties using the big designer brands anymore. The most discerning of customers want something truly unique; for every element to be finely tuned, designed and considered. Fine dining is a fundamental part of entertainment and socialising on board so how do we step it up a notch for the super-rich?
Tableware of the highest quality can now be designed and produced to perfectly match the customer’s interior. Designers pull patterns and colours from the yacht itself or decoration on-board. Perhaps there is a favourite painting or other artwork to inspire the tableware, or the owner would like the yacht logo to be incorporated?
‘Laura Clemson- Fine Silverware, Tableware and Linens’, produce unique designs for their customers, creating coordinating cutlery, crystal glassware, china and accessories. Laura Clemson’s craftsmen employ traditional techniques dating back to the 1700s as well as modern 3D printing technologies to develop more contemporary designs, so possibilities and styles are endless. All pieces are then produced to the highest standards, by the finest of craftsmen in their specialist fields.
Demand for bespoke tableware is increasing, according to many luxury tableware manufacturers, and is the ultimate finishing touch for the most discerning of clients.
“It might not seem obvious for an interior designer to consider the table as a fundamentally important area of design on board, but guests spend hours dining and socialising at the table, so it is hugely important for the table to be impressive and original, as any yacht stewardess will tell you.” Laura Clemson, Owner ‘Laura Clemson- Fine Silverware, Tableware and Linens’. For more information visit www.lauraclemson.com
Article feature from luxury lifestyle magazine, www.eatlovesavor.com