Designing Quantum of the Seas with Guest Pinner Genevieve Gorder
Get a glimpse inside the inspiration and design for Quantum of the Seas with Design Advisor Genevieve Gorder.
"Soft touches come in with the accents/accessories of the space...a photograph, a sculpture, a book that's what makes us pause and gives soft delight." -Genevieve Gorder. Photo for Quantum lofts by Xavier Guardans.
Visiting Papenburg, Germany with Royal Caribbean's design team to see Quantum of the Seas firsthand and finalize the last few details for the Lofts and Suites.
Blue and white prints accent loft dining and living rooms of the Royal and Standard Lofts. #quantumoftheseas
Reviewing all the fabric samples with Royal Caribbean’s design team. You can see the color palette starting to come to life here. #quantumoftheseas
Where it all began: the plans for Quantum of the Seas. Wouldn't this make a stunning wallpaper or fabric?
For the Quantum Suites, we leaned heavily on classic and contemporary styles and lessened our focus on just traditional. It's progressive, graphic, clean but really comforting. #quantumoftheseas
My daughter and I, family and friends all boarded Oasis of the Seas for a fabulous Caribbean cruise. After this winter, it was about survival, we needed some vitamin D. My favorite part? Understanding how it moves, how people move through it, and how to design for it.
Travel is the most inspiring piece of life, so being able to design for travel is, well... a dream. #stlucia
In the end, no matter what you’re designing for—a ship, a home, a hotel, a store, etc. —it's about curating and creating an incredibly comfortable, aspirational, and beautiful space that people want to be in. #labadee
As a designer, you have to pull inspiration from everything, everywhere, all of the time. El Morro's Garita, San Juan, Puerto Rico.