Singita Ebony Lodge, in the Sabi Sand Nature Reserve, has reopened following a refresh designed to meet the changing needs of modern guests while remaining true to the origin of the Singita story that began 30 years ago.

The main guest area includes a new wine cellar and a Conservation Room, with several spacious lounge and deck areas encouraging a relaxed flow and uninterrupted views.

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This mix of old and new continues throughout the interiors, where utilitarian furniture sits alongside simple sofas and armchairs. Cotton slipcovers update antique chairs, and contemporary African art is the perfect paradox to chandeliers and vintage traveller chests.

Existing Berber rug murals underline the North African theme, and leather buckles and fold-up-style furniture adds layers. The pared-down look introduces natural fabrics with texture, mood, and feeling, with softer colours inspired by nature – indigo, écru, ochre, and chocolate brown.

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