Originally launched back in 1995 as a private, members only club for the elites of the film, media and creative industries, Soho House has expanded into an internationally exclusive circle with a succession of locations from Berlin to West Hollywood.
With a number of different addresses in London alone, Soho House has differentiated each site by creating individual interiors for every branch, giving each hotel come club come hangout its very own memorable identity. Soho House’s latest venture sees an addition to their popular beach version, this time in endlessly sunny Miami. Situated moments from the sea front in place of the historical Sovereign Hotel, Soho Beach House Miami has a distinct Latino flavour, offering residents a taste of the rustic style of the nearby Gulf of Mexico.
Dark hand carved furniture is complimented with crisp white linens and seaside inspired walls. Stripped and white washed beams are juxtaposed with elegant crystal chandeliers and Art Deco touches. A must have accessory is the latest vintage style black and silver mini wind turbines, showing that even necessary clutter doesn’t have to ruin decoration based on simplicity. If white sands, rooftop pool, or balcony bar are not really your scene however, then a little garden haven is the perfect place to relax settled in a bright retro seat with a Mojito in hand.
Courtesy of Sunday Times Style