Green Furniture Concept shares three seating tips

Design company explores the ways cruise and ferry operators can make the most of their onboard spaces
Green Furniture Concept shares three seating tips
The furniture design company believe seating should follow the lines and flows of the room it is in

By Rebecca Gibson |

This article was first published in the 2019 issue of Cruise & Ferry Interiors. All information was correct at the time of printing, but may since have changed.

“Wow, that’s nice” is what every operator wants to hear when guests walk into public spaces on their ships. Using furniture creatively is key to creating welcoming spaces that elicit such a response, says Green Furniture Concept.  

Furniture should be scaled to fit the size of the room and follow the lines and flows of the space. Shipowners should also look to make furniture a one-of-a-kind installation by using a dynamic mix of materials and colours in different tones. 

Using natural materials that age well and timeless designs will also keep guests smiling for years to come. Similarly, modular seating options that can be easily reconfigured will enable ship operators to make public spaces feel fresh and exciting throughout the lifecycle of their vessel.

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