Which interior design trends are taking over the yacht industry?

The interior design trend that’s taking over yacht interior designers in the U.S. is the “Yacht House.”

Many designers who specialize in yacht homes and suites are incorporating “Yachts House” design elements into their designs, as opposed to traditional yacht homes.

It’s not just about the aesthetics, but also about how they’re used, says Michael M. Schafer, founder and president of the Association of Yachts Designers (AYD).

“There are so many things to keep in mind when it comes to the house, like the floor plan, the furniture, the lighting, and of course the interior,” says Schafer.

“We’re all working in a very different way.”

For example, many yacht owners are starting to incorporate a “living room” into their homes, and there’s even a new wave of yacht house design where homeowners are using their new home as an outdoor lounge, a bedroom, or even a bathroom.

But it’s not only about the style.

Many yacht owners also want to have their own dining area, or the owner wants to have a “private room” or even an “interior living area.”

It’s about the feel of the space, says Schaffer.

“People have different preferences in terms of their style and how they want to use it,” he says.

“The most important thing is to make sure you’re putting your personal touches in the interior design.”

So what are the different types of yacht houses?

The most common yacht house is a “houseboat,” where a room or two is built into the hull of a yacht and it’s actually attached to the main hull of the boat.

It also comes in a variety of shapes, from the classic square, to the rectangle, to a large “Y” shaped structure.

In addition to being the “house” style, many owners have incorporated the yacht house as a bedroom or a lounge, or a living area in the backyard.

Some owners even have a fully-functional bathroom built into their yacht, which has been likened to a living room.

And yes, many have a private room or lounge in their homes.

A yacht house can be a space where the owner’s family can live and relax, but the most popular yacht houses have also become more functional, including guest rooms, private dining rooms, a private kitchen, and even a private bathroom.

Most yacht houses also feature the traditional wooden trim, but there are many new styles in the market today that include more modern wood and metal trim.

“Some people think of a ‘typical yacht house’ as being traditional, but it’s much more modern and has more personality,” says M. David Miller, president of Miller Design.

“You can find it in almost any type of yacht, from luxury to budget, with a variety.

It has all the features that you want from a traditional yacht house, and it has more modern details.”

Many yacht houses come with “houseplants” to grow on the hull, and the main plank is usually built into one side of the hull.

The main plank can be installed on any side of a boat, but if a houseboat is built on the side of an old wooden house, it’s often installed on the outside, and that side can be trimmed down and trimmed in different styles to accommodate different tastes.

“It’s important to take into consideration the personality of the home,” says Miller.

“For example, a houseplant can be used for all of the interior and exterior styles.”

The main hull can also be covered with fiberglass, which is also a “Y”, but it can be painted or painted to match the other interior designs.

And, most importantly, the main cabin can also have its own “Y”.

“Yasseye is a very specific kind of design,” says Michael Schafer of the AYD.

“Many yachts have a typical interior, and some yachties have more modern design, and then there are the yachty that are designed to have an eclectic design.

Some yachties have all sorts of interior and other features that don’t fit in a traditional Y design.

It can be interesting to see where they fall in the mix.”

A yacht’s exterior design also plays a big role in a yacht house.

For example a yacht’s interior design will be a lot different if it’s built from a fiberglass or a metal hull, says Miller of Miller.

In order to create a yacht that is not only aesthetically pleasing, but to be functional and functional in a functional way, “the exterior needs to be designed to be durable and strong,” says David Miller.

And the interior also plays an important role.

“There’s a lot of things that you can put in an interior that aren’t visible,” says Mark Vetter, owner of the company, Mark Vettere Design.

The yacht designer can also look to the interior as a place where the family can relax and have some time alone,