Bold and exclusive beach culture at Matisse

Related with the colorful post I published Wednesday, this beach club is exclusive with a twist. If you normally go for the exclusive and glamourous look, you play with a whole different color palette! Black, silver, gold or white are the colors that pops my mind if you are talking about glamourous. I was intrigued by the choice of Oldfield Knott Architects who realized this amazing enterprise! Graphical heads as side tables, neon lights around the chic cabanas and sparkling aqua pools. You can sip and dip anytime you want. The style from outside can be found on the inside as well, where graphic heads are swapped with edgy chairs.

I personally find Matisse amazing! It’s like a picture perfect, the whole branding is complete. The cushions are covered with the ‘M’ of the logos typography, a young tone of voice on the web site and exclusivity with a twist. Count me in!

If I lived near Scarborough, Australia, I would definitely know where to go for a sip of colorful glamour! Wanna know what I like most? Scroll down…








… this! The beauty of the the evening, where all the lights show a spectrum of colors which enlighten the space ­čÖé


Ready, set… weekend!! Have a great one readers & friends!

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Crystalline by Niche Modern

Niche Modern has proven themselves as glass creators. Besides lighting they create special shaped vases and accessories for table tops. They did a special project for charity called H2O – which is one of my favorites considering partly blue color in the glass. They intentionally do things the hard way, because each piece is made by human hands and hand blown. Their craftsmanship is amazing! In this new series of lighting called Crystalline, Niche was inspired by the idea of crystal structure and all the layers it got. Crystallines pendants are sharp, edgy and graphical, which are very hard to produce in glass – but not impossible…

[dropcap]F[/dropcap]or the release Niche added a new colors to the companies palette. So besides grey, amber and smoke, they now have chocolate, crimson, plum, sapphire (beautiful blue!) and crystal.┬á“I think one of the most interesting things we can expect from architects, designers and homeowners is to mix-and-match pendants and combine them in ways we have never foreseen“, said by one of Niche’ designers. And I agree. All the pendants look great on their own, but they work well in clusters. Have a look for yourself below !








Where would you hang your Crystalline pendants?

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