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Passengers can shop Celebrity Beyond’s look at online platform Houzz

Passengers will be able to purchase furniture and other products seen onboard the ship
Celebrity Cruises is collaborating with interior design and inspiration platform Houzz allowing consumers to shop the cruise ship’s look, and with curated shopping lists, replicate its style.

The Celebrity Cruises Houzz content will run as a series of design articles through June via Celebrity's dedicated brand profile page on the site. From bedrooms and living spaces, to outdoor gardens and patios, these will include insight from Celebrity's designers Kelly Hoppen and Nate Berkus. Readers will be able to click ‘Shop the Look’ for images for specific products and be redirected to a purchasing link.

Remarked Celebrity Cruises' president and CEO Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, '...Our guests continually share how much they would like their home to have the modern residential vibe of our ships and utilising the unique shoppable content feature on Houzz, we can now make their dreams come true.’

Readers can choose from a variety of upscale brands, with products ranging from seating and side tables to lighting and accessories. 

Upcoming articles 

The first article on living spaces, containing information from Hoppen, is available on Houzz. Subsequent articles called ‘Elevated Outdoor Living’ with input from Hoppen, and ‘Travel Influence in Design,’ with insight from Nate Berkus, will appear June 20 and 26, respectively.

Unveiled in late April, Celebrity Beyond is now sailing the Mediterranean on its inaugural European season which concludes early October. The ship will then head to the Caribbean. 

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