French Riviera-based designer Jean-Charles Tomas conceived a calming interior for this remarkable Sanlorenzo yacht.
Sunbeds installed in the bow of the Jean-Charles Tomas-designed Sanlorenzo yacht.
“Everything you could want to do inside, you can do outside,” says Tomas.
The main bedroom in a Sanlorenzo yacht designed by interior architect Jean-Charles Tomas offers a lower-level dressing area and panoramic skylight.
A desk area in the main bedroom includes a custom wood and wool boucle stool Tomas designed for his own home; the desk lamp is Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni’s Snoopy design for Flos.
A heavily veined black and white arabescato marble in the Sanlorenzo yacht’s main bath.
The neutral living area includes Minotti sofas, a white spiked Alesia ceramic vase by Jean Roger, and Flibuste cocktail table by Liaigre.
Vincent Van Duysen Portofino chairs for Paola Lenti, Liaigre’s Sud stool, and a ceramic vessel by Vallauris Lunetta in the Sanlorenzo yacht’s dining area.
A Liaigre Nagato stool in the yacht’s main living area.
A guest suite on the Sanlorenzo yacht Jean-Charles Tomas designed combines buttery wood walls and a neutral array of textured linens.
A Gaël Davrinche portrait of George Washington rests against the linear bronzed brass and walnut staircase that links the main deck to the lower-level bedroom suites.
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