Golf Club Feature’s Amtico Flooring

Amtico has been involved with a recent refurbishment at the Stonebridge Golf Club in Coventry. For the first time since opening in 1996, the clubhouse’s interior underwent a dramatic redesign, which involved replacing its dated burgundy carpets with a durable and contemporary alternative.

The refurbishment saw the building’s main bar, lounge area, reception, function suite and adjoining corridors fitted with realistic-effect Amtico Wood. For an additional wow-factor, the main bar was used then surrounded by eye-catching Amtico Stones in a Moroccan-style Muralist pattern.

With the help of the team at Abstract Flooring Co, which was commissioned to install the flooring, the venue chose Smoked Timber, a weathered, ash-grey wood-effect design from Amtico’s Spacia collection. The same product, which incorporates a realistic rustic grain to create a truly authentic look, was used throughout the venue’s different rooms, creating a consistent scheme while encouraging movement between the separate areas.

Different products were used to create a feature out of the club’s new bar. The Stonebridge Golf Club initially requested ceramic tiles for the feature, to give the bar area a Moroccan feel, however, Abstract Flooring Co suggested Amtico’s Muralist design as a creative alternative.

Director of Abstract Flooring Co Ltd, Steven Settle stated:

“We are very happy with the final result. The continuity of the wood plank, which sweeps throughout the building, really brings the place together.”

Contact Amtico through the BCFA Product Finder. 

The BCFA Product Finder is a unique search engine created especially for interior designers to source contract furnishing companies. Utilising this platform will support your findings for upcoming projects, with over 200 members profiles showcasing the latest product launches, new materials available, industry news and design trends.


About Jess Mockler

Jess is a Marketing & Event professional who joined the BCFA as a Marketing Executive in 2019. Working closely with designers and BCFA members, Jess has published an array of content for the Commercial sector.
View all posts by Jess Mockler →