There’s always something to learn from studying good photos and it’s not always the intended subject that the photographer expected you to see. In this view, I liked the “bridging shelf” in the very forward section of the v-berth, and the freshly painted (i.e clean and smooth) interior. Most of you know the varied states of these surfaces in our boats - some have “super-glued” carpet, some have excessive paint drips and runs that nothing will fit up to without some creative grinding, etc.
This interior is simple, clean, and low maintenance - which usually allows for more time sailing. Notice also the new “non-skid” surfaces on the sole.