Posts Tagged: Hospitality

New Year, New Outlook

Its over two years since Marriott acquired Starwood and its’ 80 year old Sheraton brand. Established in Springfield, Massachusetts in 1937, today there are over 400 Sheraton properties internationally, making it Marriott’s third largest brand. But standing out in Marriott’s 30+ portfolio of brands is the least of its challenges, the way the brand responds… Read More >

11 January 2019

Cocktail Creations from Wilton Carpets

Featuring the Icelandic blue of Fjord, rich ochre of Demerara, rust tone of Burnt Copper and velvet-like Ruby; Creations is the latest colour palette now available on all Ready to Weave carpets and new Ready to Go fast-track collections from Wilton Carpets, a member of the BCFA. Woven in Wiltshire, Havana is crafted from 80%… Read More >

8 January 2019

A Kobe Collaboration at Soho Apartments

A stunning, full wall, bedroom headboard, upholstered in a faux leather fabric by Kobe UK is among the stand-out touches in a Soho apartment transformed by high end interior designer Yiannis Stylianou. The London-based owner of StudioYpsilon chose one of the BCFA member’s fabrics in almost all his installations, including the just completed private apartment in Soho,… Read More >

7 January 2019

The White Horse, Beaconsfield

Since 1978, Taylor’s Classics has been supplying traditional and modern furniture to bars, restaurants, hotels, cafes, cafés and pubs all over the world.  The company designs, manufacturers and stocks its own collections of chairs, tables and stools, as well as many other eclectic pieces of furniture. They also restore reclaimed furniture and supply antiques to be… Read More >

19 December 2018

Metal Leaf Mixed Media Art by Elegant Clutter

BCFA Member Elegant Clutter fuses craft, design and technology to offer one of the broadest and most integrated artwork service in hospitality. A creative led approach is backed up by the ability to manufacture and install all artwork and mirror content, from high volume guest room projects to bespoke public area sculptures and original art…. Read More >

18 December 2018

2018 Projects by Chad Lighting

2018 has been a busy year for Chad Lighting!  Chad pride themselves in their original high quality and contemporary designs, with beautiful attention to detail.  Chad nurture their strong relationships with local British suppliers whilst their designs are specified world wide by leading interior designers.  We took the opportunity to speak with the Chad team about five… Read More >

13 December 2018

Fameed Khalique: Leather Trends and Processes

Thanks to Fameed Khalique’s extensive experience in the world of luxury leathers, his business is now a leading supplier of fine leather for upholstery, wall coverings, soft furnishings and a plethora of other applications. Working with 20 tanneries, he has provided the leather for large-scale projects such as The Ned, Soho House’s hotel and restaurant… Read More >

11 December 2018

Northern Lights’ Latest Adventures

Northern Lights have recently embarked on two new projects – Lansdowne Place and Tish Bar Restaurant. With an eight-strong design team supported by one of the largest bespoke lighting factories in the UK, the BCFA member works closely with designers to develop exclusive bespoke installations and light fittings to suit specific projects. Lansdowne Place Northern Lights were delighted to… Read More >

10 December 2018

New York Hotels: Where to Stay

One of Design Insider’s themes in November was New York – fitting well with the BDNY exhibition on the 11th and 12th November. With this in mind, we would like to present three hotels in New York to consider on your next trip overseas. 1 Hotel “Earlier this year I visited New York, after about 8 years. I split my stay… Read More >

4 December 2018