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NoMad Hotel, Las Vegas
To create this unique Las Vegas hotel’s ambiance, Stonehill Taylor and Sydell Group chose Havwoods’ Versailles pattern and a deep brown bespoke chevron wood flooring in the restaurant and bar areas. The design is “a nod to the classic glamour and whimsy of Vegas”. The NoMad Restaurant is as impressive in size as it is in style, treating guest with wall shelving featuring 25,000 books and live jazz. The NoMad Bar, which is grounded with Havwoods Versailles patterned floors, has taken home a number of awards including being named “Best Bar in North America”, named No.4 on the World’s 50 Best Bars list and was Eater’s “Restaurant of The Year”.
Hilton Hotel, Frankfurt
Located in the centre of Germany's financial capital, the Hilton hotel in Frankfurt is close to the city centre and famous Alte Opera house. The hotel boasts 16 meeting rooms and a half sized Olympic swimming pool. A recent renovation has made this one of the most popular hotels in Frankfurt, having used our popular HW16006 Bronzo from our Italian Collection to complete this stunning refurbishment.
Amhurst Road, London
How do you turn a one-bedroom maisonette into a light, airy and sociable Parisian style apartment? This was the challenge facing Shacklewell Architects. Their solution was to expand the property upwards - and open the space below - by creating a Mansard roof extension to house the bedroom and bathroom. The bottom floor was then turned into a large open plan kitchen/living/dining area.
The Devonshire Arms, Hartington
Located in the heart of the beautiful, rolling Peak District, The Devonshire Arms in Hartington is a welcoming pub and restaurant. Boasting luxury accommodation set within beautiful surroundings, the Grade II listed building sits right in the heart of the village, offering the perfect place for visitors to stop and relax.
Mill House, Horsham
Introducing a sense of light and space to the top floor of this spacious residential property, the Champagne board from the Pureplank collection was instrumental in creating this homeowner’s dream space. Originally a self-contained flat, the brief was to renovate the space into a master suite and guest suite, with the addition of some new beautiful bay windows.
Architect: Victoria Holland Architecture
Select Ten, London
The landmark ‘Two Fifty One’ residential tower building is situated in the heart of Elephant and Castle in London with magnificent views over the iconic London cityscape, including the London Eye and The Shard. Decorating the show apartment at this significant development was no mean feat and took a lot of careful consideration and planning – resulting in an impressive award win once completed.