When I saw the beautiful pastel hues of the newly renovated Tropical Hotel St Barth by Oscar Lucien Ono of Maison Numéro 20, I was stopped in my tracks.
If I had a holiday home in a sunny country, Oscar would be the one I would hire to recreate this vibe. Now that’s an idea right?
Let’s take a tour below.
I love the relaxed elegance and pastel hues of this space, down to the detail of the spherical sofa legs.
Nature is so integral for our mental wellbeing, and being surrounded by these lush palms and greenery whilst dining here would definitely be mood enhancing.
The mural paintings are by Raphael Schmitt, bringing the outside in.
Love the rattan elements here too, reminiscent of a bygone Colonial era. That light is a work of art don’t you think?
Oscar used the Mauritius fabric by Pierre Frey for the soft furnishings. The fabric colours were custom-made for the hotel.
You can see more mural art in the backdrop by Raphael Schmitt.
The bedrooms of Tropical Hotel St Barth had the calming shades of coastal blues.
The palette and materials Oscar picked for this project aimed to evoke that tropical spirit of a 1930s-50s era of Miami and Palm Beach.
This is a bathroom of dreams. Pinky hues and gorgeous curves of the arch mirrors.
That shiny yellow marble has a vintage feel and compliments the pink well.
Hope you’ve enjoyed this candy coloured post.
If I had not already booked my holiday to Asia, I would have definitely considered visiting this beautiful hotel.
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I’m looking forward to seeing more work by Oscar Lucien Ono in the future. Wishing you a wonderful day.
( All photos are from Maison Numero 20)