Kelly Hoppen is a world-renowned British interior designer who has found a simple yet opulent style that has permeated modern interior design at every level. As well as designing apartments, houses, and superyachts for an ever-expanding international private client list, Kelly Hoppen also assumes commercial interior design projects including hotels, restaurants, office spaces, and aircraft interiors.
Today, Luxury Safes, brings to you the Pearl 95, a luxury yacht with unique interior design by Kelly Hoppen, recognized all over the world as a top interior designer. Perfect to live a luxury lifestyle, this superyacht is a supreme boat with a luxury interior design and modern furniture pieces.
The saloon is the first place to impress. Kelly Hoppen has taken the largest space on the yacht away from its usual feeling of luxury lifestyle. All the interior design is very unique and special.
The Pearl 95 is a luxury boat presented at the Cannes Yachting Festival. Kelly Hoppen collaborated in the Pearl to create the luxury interior design for the 29-meter vessel which is actually the largest so far for the superyacht builder.
The superyacht interiors are being categorized as aerodynamic with glazing illuminating the interior so as to give a sense of spaciousness. Technology and comfort are two constant elements seen throughout the interiors.
Some of the most striking features of the interiors of this superyacht are the floor to ceiling sliding doors, the astonishing 8-seat dining table and a comfy L-shaped sofa. Also, the amazing vessels have the space to accommodate up to ten guests.
According to Pearl Yachts: “The Pearl 95 offers everything the Pearl client has come to love but on a considerably larger scale.”
The best thing about Kelly Hoppen’s interiors is the blend of practicality and Luxury, resulting in a Bespoke Design with modern furniture pieces that accentuate the environment.
The exterior design of the stunning superyacht is a responsibility of Dixon Yacht Design. Bill Dixon designed the area forward that has plenty of space for relaxing and sunbathing and he also placed extra folding buttresses on the aft-quarters in order to provide more deck space and allowing owners and guests to have a nice spot to swim or board a tender.