Inside Out Contracts furnishes luxurious spa and restaurant

The recently opened Rickerby Retreat located in the idyllic countryside of Cumbria, successfully marries luxurious spa culture with a small town charm.

Housed within a renovated old pool building, Rickerby Retreat breathes new life into Cumbria, offering guests exceptional spa services comparable to those found in London’s most exclusive locations.

Equally as impressive, Rickerby Retreat’s in-house restaurant Assembly, follows the retreat’s holistic approach to an indulgent ethos; serving an extensive fine dining menu set amongst a lavish setting with spectacular country views.

Inside Out Contracts worked directly with the founders of Rickerby Retreat to deliver a luxury mix of furnishings for the Assembly Restaurant. The interior design of the restaurant draws on Rickerby Retreats signature plum and cream colour palette, which is invigorated by plush materials and modern accents.

Responding to the need for a modern yet highly indulgent setting, the Sanderson range of upholstered chairs and barstools were supplied alongside bespoke Lobby sofas. Upholstered from a range of sumptuous suede and velvet fabrics, the carefully curated collection of pieces manifests a class act, capable of transporting guests to a glamourous big city destination.

Accented by modern accessories, the Happy Apple lights, distinctive and statement making, hang within the glass foyer creating a cluster of soft supple lighting to welcome guests with.

Since the retreat’s opening this year, it has already been commended by its guests across reviews and social media as simply special and world class; firmly placing Cumbria on the map.

All Images © Rickerby Retreat 2015


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