-Our favourite lifestyle store in Palma-
A Pinterest-perfect superyacht saloon, one that will make guests smile as soon as they step inside, is usually down to an interior’s smaller items. It’s the attention to details that make the difference between an original and interesting interior and a beautiful but boring one, don’t you think? Top star hotels, although superlatively luxurious, often lack the warmth and personality you’d wish to experience when you want to feel ‘at home away from home’. Likewise, a superyacht saloon without cherry picked ‘treasures’ is hardly a warm setting for owners and guests to enjoy time with their friends, relax after a hard day on the beach, and create amazing memories. From layering furniture with soft cashmere to showcasing artefacts from far-flung places, we’ve got some ideas so you’ve got style and cozy covered.
A good place to source coveted articles handpicked from all corners of the globe is life-style emporium Rialto Living. Both the first and second floor are sprinkled with meaningful pieces which each have a fascinating tale of travel to tell. The first floor boasts beautiful oriental vases, all hand painted with exquisite decorative designs, wonderfully whimsical coconut masks and unique Yap stone coins carved out of limestone. We also caught sight of Sumba statues hand-carved from sandstone by Indonesian artisans. They make a beautiful statement by themselves or look amazing in a cluster to create a powerful impact. On the store’s second floor we discovered shiny antique silver trays and a most exquisite Mogul bone box. Combine these extraordinary finds with a scattering of soft cushions and cashmere throws, and we’re talking spaces so distinct and tasteful, guests won’t even want to go outside!
Rialto Living, conveniently located on Calle Sant Feliu 3, is just a stone’s throw away from Palma’s STP and sells a wide selection of eye-catching super yacht must-haves. Have a snoop around and see for yourself. And if you make a purchase don’t forget to flash your STP (or other) entry card so you can relax in their leafy, oasis-like café and sip on a complimentary ‘cafe con leche’ before you head back to the boat.