Tektura Brighten up Care Home

Dora Rose is a newly built, state-of-the-art, luxury care home, set in the Staffordshire countryside. The home opened in November 2019 and offers residential, nursing and dementia care and facilities for up to 71 residents.

Tektura wallcoverings have been selected throughout as hardwearing washable finishes. All can also be wiped down with diluted bleach. View individual designs by clicking on the links here Asterix, Bonsai, Panthera.

Bedrooms are individually decorated with high spec finishes too. Quiet lounges and communal spaces sit alongside activity rooms, and at the time of writing there are plans for a gym, cinema and wellness centre. The home is set is in extensive landscaped grounds with water features for all residents to enjoy.

On the first floor, Tektura murals by Dan Savage have been chosen for corridors. Dan specialises in health care interiors, with particular emphasis on dementia-friendly solutions. His artworks provide stimulation and talking points, and help with wayfinding.

Dan Savage designs provide uplifting, whimsical scenes. Each design consists of 10 panels, any of which can be used as a single feature, or mixed and matched to fit longer walls. Find out more here.

Owners Macc Care believe Dora Rose sets a new benchmark for quality in care home design. Click here to enjoy a 360 degree tour round the home.

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About Jess Mockler

Jess is the Marketing and Membership Executive at BCFA and Design Insider. She has a passion for design, marketing and events with a history of working closely with designers in the interior sector after finishing University in Event Management.
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