“Our residents absolutely love it, Shackletons should be very proud of their work.”

West London residential care home Parkfield House nursing home in Hillingdon once again takes on a grand theme as a new management team transforms it with a stunning interior refurbishment thanks to healthcare furniture and interiors specialists Shackletons.

Making the most of the impressive Georgian residence, once the home of Lady Hillingdon, Shackletons partnered with interior design company HomeSmiths to create a distinguished interior refurbishment reminiscent of the building’s magnificent past.

Through design consultation with staff and residents the 44 en-suite bedrooms, dining facilities, lounges and reception area benefitted from a discerning interior overhaul creating an uplifting environment for residents and staff to enjoy.

Sue Martin, Home Administrator from Parkfield House Nursing Home said: “From specialist chairs, fit to accommodate comfort and mobility requirements, to occasional furniture and soft furnishings, Shackletons thought of everything needed to make Parkfield House a bright and beautiful place to live and work – our residents absolutely love it, Shackletons should be very proud of their work.”

Shackletons and HomeSmiths partnered to deliver a supportive living environment that not only considered resident and staff preferences but the complex needs of elderly care and adaptive design accommodating sensory and mobility impairment, physical comfort and safety.

Shackletons have been in the business of creating comfort for over 50 years and are the UK’s leading design and manufacturer of specialist contract furniture for the healthcare sector.

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