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Revolution in Interior-Exterior Design

by Boat Style on 21 May 2013
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Boat Style introduces the brand new wave of performance fabrics from the US at the 2013 Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show.

Surely the most chic exhibitor at Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show each year, Boat Style will be premiering two major outdoor lines fresh from the US.

Exclusive to Boat Style and for the first time in Australia, the stunning braided rugs and utility baskets from Colonial Mills Inc. Made from Sunbrella acrylic or polypropylene, these works of art are for indoor or outdoor use, brightening up any space and importantly, durable quality that stands up to Aussie conditions.



Also exclusive to Boat Style and from the US, Silver State & Aláxi performance fabrics designed to make good living easy.
With bold, graphic patterns created by some of America’s top designers, these never before seen luxury fabrics balance classic styling with new generation materials that will tolerate exposure to the elements but are supremely soft.

The ranges include more than 2,000 indoor and outdoor fabrics made using Sunbrella, Nanotex and Crypton technology for supreme fade, stain, mould and water resistance.

The website, www.boatstyle.com.au was Australia’s first web shop for yacht furnishings now with customers from around the globe. Everything from the coolest unbreakable drinkware from Marc Newson to décor and luxury bedding can be found at this one stop boating emporium.

Sarah Egan, founder and director of Boat Style, has more than 20 years’ design experience creating personalised interiors for boats and superyachts that deliver lasting and superior-performance, as well as superlative styling.

'I source not only the most beautiful, luxurious and covetable products from around the world for the yachting and marine trade, but they must be functional and durable as well. I am yachtie myself, and I know how to blend the tastes of my clients with what’s innovative and directional.'

Join Sarah and her team to preview the new collections on Wednesday 22 May from 4-6pm in the foyer of the Village Theatre, Sanctuary Cove. To view the collections at any time during the show, call Sarah Egan 0417 717 292.



More at www.boatstyle.com.au

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