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Interior design is mainly associated with houses and other buildings such as offices, hotels and restaurants, but there are many other spaces in which the keen eye and smart style of a designer is required.

Aircraft interior design is one offshoot that sees professionals working with anything from standard passenger airplanes to top-of-the-line luxury jets. Aviation company Kestrel Aviation Management recently unveiled the first ever Boeing Business Jet (BBJ) 787, which features interior design touches such as soft lighting, architectural detailing and a coffee table that converts into a formal dining table. While the BBJ 787 is a private aircraft usually purchased by corporations for approximately $300 million dollars, Kestrel CEO Steven Vella says that attention to detail and focus on comfortable travel is already trickling down to business class and will continue to do so into the future.