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Malta arrives in Fiji

A luxurious tropical resort puts its finery on

The recent renovation of an exclusive Fijian resort has seen some of our range leave New Zealand for distinctly warmer climes.

The private resort of Matamanoa Island takes pride in offering boutique accommodation where visitors can enjoy a refined environment of luxurious relaxation. With no children under the age of 16 and a maximum total of 66 guests the atmosphere here is one of peace, repose and reinvigoration.

When Managing Director Jason Chun arrived in New Zealand earlier in the year he was focused on finding just the right pieces to compliment and enhance the new look for the Directors’ Villa at Matamanoa. He required “something that was durable, stylish and most importantly, comfortable.”

After carefully looking around our Christchurch showroom he narrowed the options down before finally settling on a range of furniture and decorative pieces for the villa.

Now, two Malta chairs provide colour and vibrancy to the room, bold floral fabric bringing tropical life inside. Equally, the covering of a Jigsaw three-seater settee echoes the patterns at play in the sand and sea outside the window. Beautiful vases and sea shell artworks from our Casa Fini range join these pieces.

Jason was “very pleased with the final result” and, with the motto of Matamanoa being “total relaxation”, the furniture will certainly be put to good use in the years ahead.

   


Posted on 17/09/2014 by Kovacs

Tagged under: chair, Hotel, pattern
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