We often get our inspiration from new hotel design because it is where a lot of exciting bold designs happen. Today, we luckily came across this new South Beach hotel owned by Pharrell and David Grutman and designed by Ken Fulk. We know that Ken Fulk often puts on a good drama show that is full of surprises. Surely, we are not disappointed this time.
The first thing that we were drawn to is the color palette, yes a cheeky color palette and we love it— different shades of pink, green, washed peach. Let’s take a look together.
Washed peach on the pillows sitting at the entrance bench is very fashion-forward yet warm and inviting. The color kind of encourages guests to come on in and explore a new world.
Green, peach and pink really make a happy color palette in this library which is so different from the most dark hotel library. We feel this color palette really encourage a day life experience rather than a moody nigh lift style.
The bathroom features shower only and we love the pink tiles and pink leopard rope. The marble sink console with a brass frame brings in glam to the space.
The trimmed light green-blue cabanas by the poolside remind us of a good resort life that we haven’t experienced for a while.
Just as the owner Williams said of the hotel concept “Good energy, good vibrations, good space, and, of course, a good time.”
You can click here to visit the rest of the hotel.