Concorde BGW were bought in to develop the concept for both the rooms and general areas on an extremely tight timescale after problems with the previous design team. With 23-bedrooms and all the public areas to design, specify and deliver in six weeks, this was a challenge of the highest order.
Each room has been designed with both the clients and the guests’ needs in mind, from the romantic free-standing copper bath in the Bridal Suite with its panoramic views of Hallgarth Manor grounds, to the relaxing and luxurious interiors of the 22 guest bedrooms. The bridal suite also features a double shower with rainfall ceiling shower heads and hand-held body shower heads.
Concorde restored period features to reflect Hallgarth Manor’ illustrious heritage and charm, many of the original timber beams where revealed and included in the bedroom décor. Concorde also used arched window mirrors, oversized quilted headboards and chandelier lights to add to the magnificent ambience that this venue has.
All of the bedrooms are generously proportioned with comfortable double beds and stylish en-suite bathrooms, complete with beautifully tiled floors and tasteful furniture. They have been designed with a feminine or masculine colour scheme in mind continuing the newlywed, bride and groom uses of the rooms.
Lee Bramzell, Shepherd Cox owner of The Hallgarth Manor commented on the works saying “Concorde have delivered for us. In truth, we were in a very tight spot and they delivered something way beyond our expectations – it’s stunning! We are planning further projects. I can’t recommend them enough as a business to work with.”
Despite such a small-time frame to source furniture, carpets, bric-a-brac and all other fixtures and fittings, Concorde still delivered outstanding customer care all the way through the process and the project was delivered on-time and on budget much to the delight of Lee Bramzell, Hallgarth Manor Owner.