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ELLE DECOR and Beneteau present the Tableware Yacht Case
A single set for “chic and easy” cruising.
YACHTING IN STYLE WITH ELLE DECOR AND BENETEAU
Tableware takes the yachting world by storm with the first ELLE DECOR Yacht Case for BENETEAU.
Carefully chosen among successfully creative design houses, the fifty five articles, glasses, plates, dishes, cutlery and accessories in the Tableware Yacht Case, are ideally suited to cruising the seas.
A practical and generously-filled yacht case
- All-in-one Case
- Heavy-duty table mats
- A line of tableware bang on trend
- A look oozing with style
Dreamed up by ELLE DECOR and produced by Bénédicte Editions in special Outdoor fabrics (Batyline and Serge Ferrari Stamskin), this useful collection of tableware in a Yacht Case is light, soft and well-ventilated. Marked with ELLE DECOR and BENETEAU logos, it converts to an elegant beach bag or shopping bag for your stopovers.
Designed by Bénédicte Editions, the six table mats made of Serge Ferrari Stamskin are unique. Very pleasant to touch the leather-like high-tech material they are made of is reputed to be particularly hard-wearing and withstand UVs. Reversible, they are orange on one side and putty colored on the other. They match all boat cabinetwork styles perfectly.
Cheerfully graphic, the six Matahari dinner plates are also tough, since they are made of melamine. Their black and white graphic pattern is radically different to the usual sets available with ship chandlers. Ethnic-inspired, the choice of accessories originated from their style, such as the two Ferm Living dish towels, selected from their 100% organic cotton collection.
The elegantly styled salad bowls, salad servers, large plates, and mugs are also made of black and white melamine. This very practical line was chosen from the Rosti Mepal collections. Unbreakable but chic, these wonderful basics can be taken straight from the kitchen to the saloon table. They are also easy to stack away on shelves. Thanks to their hermetically sealing covers, these well-designed salad bowls can also be stored in the icebox or freezer. A set of table cutlery by Bruno Evrard, stamped with the Beneteau logo, with six forks, engraved knives, tablespoons and teaspoons completes the Yacht Case.
Designer Patricia Urquiola worked with the Italian Kartell design house to create the glasses, small bowls and carafe. The Jellies Family collection made of thermoplastic technopolymer, a plastic that looks like glass, is wonderfully lively and retro.