There were some elements of structural renovations undertaken to open up the trade area and to also open up the space below the staircase to the flat, these works were subject to building control approval and structural engineers’ assessment.
Concorde BGW cut down the existing bar and added a new back bar fitting making a much nicer and easier to use serving station. The new coffee station at the end of the bar means customers can effectively order a meal, coffee and alcohol within metres of each other.
We used a mix of new and existing furniture, refurbishing and reupholstering the old to give it a new lease of life as well as adding new lighting and a refreshed signage scheme.
The carpet was replaced, walls were skimmed and painted and new decorations hanging on the wall accompanied by quirky bric-a-brac has given The Black Horse a fresh start and a new direction that can now be enjoyed by locals and visitors alike.