Each cruise ship has its own unique décor. On Carnival décor ranges from the way out there over the top décor of the Splendor to the does it really have any décor of the Vista. The Magic has décor to suit it’s name. Things seen throughout the ship are fun, vibrant, sparkly, bright, or in some instances magical.
When entering a ship for the first time, often the atrium is the first thing passengers see since the gangway at initial boarding often leads there. The atrium on the Magic is mostly decorated with color changing lights, which give it somewhat of a magical feel. Actually a lot of the décor throughout the ship is done with lights.
Some of the artwork on the ship depicts magical type scenes, and there’s even a place called Lower Magical Way.
The casino too fits the magic theme with the name Hat Trick Casino and sparkly décor that includes a rabbit in a hat.
Wall accents around the ship are green and sparkly, and match the green of the lights in areas where they don’t change color. Stairways have fun and bright artwork, some of which includes birds or beachy scenes.
Hallways between passenger cabins also have brightly colored artwork in sort of a patchwork quilt style with the patterns repeating down the hallway and toucans and other birds in some of the patches.
Some of the ship’s artwork is a bit strange.
Many bars, restaurants, and other public places each have their own décor unique to that space on this ship. Following with the theme of the ship, some of those areas also use lights within the décor of the space.
Places such as the Red Frog Pub or Guy’s Burger Joint that are found on multiple ships have similar décor on each ship on which you find them rather than fitting in with the theme of individual ships.
Overall the Magic has a happy and fun vibe both in the décor and the ship itself.