Private jet design industry is far more developed than you may think. There is a whole array of private jet services as well as the private jet owners who commission specialized design firms to create more luxurious and personalized aircraft spaces. Some even look like one could live there permanently. While the rich love their jets to drown in luxury it doesn’t always align with good taste. Exuberant furnishings and golden toilets aren’t exactly the pinnacle of design. Let’s look at the best private jet interior designs in terms of style and, well, design.
Best Private Jet Interior Designs for Comfortable Flying
Many private jets look a bit like a home office. Plush leather chairs and desks as well as nice carpeting are all there is design-wise. More modern design concepts try to give a private jet a more sleek minimalist look but all of that goes out the door when we’re talking about privately owned jets. So what makes the best private jet interior designs?
Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner Private Jet
Boeing Dreamliner is one for the billionaires. It costs $250 million and its interior design has its own name, Azure. Designed in a beautiful neutral color scheme the jet’s interior is the best one we’ve seen so far (yes, including that of a prince).
Robbreport writes that beside the marble wall in the bedroom, modeled ceilings and numerous monitors in different areas the jet also features a spa room. Spa. The floral walls and partitions separate different areas like a formal dining room, an entertainment area and a bar. Rounding out the list of amenities is an exercise area inside the said spa.
It is no wonder there is so much room as 787-9’s capacity is 300 passengers and crew.
Airbus ACJ319 in Art Deco Style
Don’t forget the company private jets. This Airbus ACJ319 is designed in black and white (which is always a great combination). Styled as a vintage train, according to Robbreport, it features two cocktail bars, Wi-Fi, and fully reclining seats.
Art Deco-style interior makes the golden accents look refreshing. Plush wall seat and a table make for a nice breakfast nook right there beside the bed.
Shower is where the luxury shines with a black shower stall, big mirror, and golden hammered sink. Built-in lighting makes the vanity look like that of a Hollywood star and the patterned carpet makes for a cozy finish.
HAECO Private Jet Solutions Jumbo Jet Design
HAECO Private Jet Solutions offered a completely unique Airbus A330-200 jumbo jet cabin interior that combines Eastern and Western design aesthetics. The main area is furnished with sofas and creative coffee tables. Separated from a dining room with a decorative screen it also includes comfortable seats for landing.
Library makes for a surprising addition for a private jet but nevertheless it is there and could as well work for a small conference or a business meeting.
Where would a private jet be without a bar? Designers made sure there is one with colorful bar stools and a stone countertop.
Boeing 747-8 Private Jet
Boeing 747-8 is a $358 million private jet that can carry 450 passengers and features a VIP interior. Designed by Greenpoint Technologies it has just the right amount of gold and luxurious lacquered wood accents.
The tasteful design featured by AviationCV is a billionaire’s dream featuring a dining room, a media seating room, a master bedroom suite, an office and a guest bedroom. Surprisingly there are a lot of small wall niches for decoration display but there is also hidden storage alongside the bed.
Reasonably luxurious this is definitely one of the best private jet interior designs. It’s amazing how the right cream shade can accentuate the luxury of the design.
Emirates Airbus 319 Private Jet
Emirates Airbus 319 private jet interior is surprisingly tame. According to the The National it can carry just 19 people and its most flashy design solutions were reserve for the bathroom. In the main area there is a business meeting table, lush leather seats, and dining tables.
Bathroom interior design however is finished with plenty of golden accents and a rounded stone vanity with a golden tap. Even the doors appear to include some golden parts, it’s almost as if there is a trend going on.
This kind of design is suited for a company private jet. Plenty of comfort and just a bit (a large bit) of exuberance.
Pfizer’s Corporate Jet
Pfizer, American global pharmaceutical corporation sold their two private jets for $64 million back in 2009, according to CBSNews. The interior isn’t as mind-boggling as in some of these other private jets but it’s positively practical and as elegant as can be.
There are a few lacquered wood partitions as well as transparent privacy screens. White leather seats complemented with a plush sofa with throw pillows.
Gold is kept to minimum, thankfully with only safety belt hardware and cup holders sparkling to complement the throw pillows. Okay the seats and windows are also finished with gold but in a neutral color scheme it doesn’t look as bad.
BBJ 737-800 Private Jet’s Retro Interior
Design by Marc Newson this retro BBJ 737-800 private jet interior design is as unique as they get. With a mid-century aesthetic and a handful of retro-futuristic design solutions this interior could star in a movie about space travel. It is also among the best private jet interior designs we’ve seen.
Featuring a bedroom with ensuite bathroom, a massage room, a galley and even crew quarters a black and white retro style interior with wooden accents has hands-down the best carpet in all planes and jets ever existed.
Black and white hexagons are repeated in a free-standing shower stall design that is also one of the best shower designs we’ve ever seen.
Lineage 1000 Business Jet With Door-Sized Windows
Embraer’s $53 million Lineage 1000 business jet interior has the biggest wow factor of them all though, door-sized windows. Wired reports that Brazilian airplane manufacturer has solved the weight issue with bigger plane windows by simply placing them into the standard airplane doors.
Airship Kyoto looks like an exciting design and whatever’s inside doesn’t really matter much when you can watch the sunsets and sunrises, the clouds and remote lands without craning your neck and clinging to the small plane window.
A Japanese theme in the interior makes for a nice change from the traditional luxury style but ensures luxury feel through lacquered wood and hi-tech seats. There’s just one tiny detail that this jet will have you change in your travelling routine, putting on sunscreen.
Best private jet interior designs aren’t the most lavish or the most expensive. Although most of these are expensive (common, they’re private jets) they look very well thought out and planned. Their design solutions are practical all the while executed in most premium materials. Most of the private jets come in same boring beige color scheme and the best private jet interior designs make use of stylish black, colorful brights, and natural wood.