Beach House interior design has long been a popular décor style choice, a relaxed ambience and inspirations of seaside fun make for a great setting. Soho Beach House Miami have maximised on their location and the style credentials (of the worldwide brand and members club that is Soho House) to create the ideal setting for its members.
Situated on the site of the old Sovereign Hotel, this picturesque brand of Soho House was opened in October 2010. Originally built in 1941, the art deco building was completely refurbished and revitalised, providing the perfect backdrop for the ultimate Beach House interior design. Providing a haven away from the hustle and bustle of South Beach, the Beach House includes 50 rooms with some of the best views Miami has to offer.
Throughout the member’s club a contemporary update on traditional beach house interior design style can be found. Details such a wooden slatted walls in a lounge space, reminiscent of cosy beach huts, are found throughout rooms and communal spaces. The palette of cool blues and turquoise shades along with pale hues evoke memories of a summer’s day spent at the beach, with the ocean never far from mind. Lots of beautiful designs can be found across tiles used in many spaces, bold blue shades are in keeping with the Beach House interior design with patterns also giving a nod to the art deco roots.
An extensive 100-foot-long infinity edge pool is located up on the first floor, which also compromise of private air-conditioned cabanas and open lounge beds available to both club members and hotel guests. This area is further enhanced by a 60 metre-long private space which exists between the boardwalk and the Atlantic Ocean, here members can rest on lounge beds and beach huts while sipping cold drinks. Encased in a lush elevated private garden is the Tiki Bar, providing a more secluded sanctuary for dining, with the added bonus of an outdoor cinema.
On the ground floor the modern-day classic Italian restaurant Cecconi’s can be found. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week, this critically acclaimed dining destination also has outposts in London and West Hollywood. Focused on sourcing the finest quality ingredients and maintaining affordability, Cecconi’s features a menu of simply prepared, Venetian influenced food and drink, offering an entirely new dining experience in Miami.
One of the most unique features of Soho Beach House Miami is its extensive and enviable art collection. A number of the pieces in Soho Beach House are the product of artists based in or originally from Miami. These include Hernan Bas, Jose Parla, Aaron Young and Jim Drain. The collection also includes respected American artists such as Elizabeth Peyton and Jack Pierson as well as big name British artists such as Douglas Gordon, Noble and Webster.
To experience the ultimate in contemporary beach house interior design and all that Miami’s Soho House has to offer find out how to become a member by heading to their website.