Design team reveals a classical scheme reflecting Bath's Roman heritage.
Hand Picked Hotels has appointed Angela Amesbury to lead the interior design of the Bailbrook House refurbishment. Having worked on several Hand Picked properties in the past, Angela has a talent for sympathetically modernising heritage interiors. Working closely with Hand Picked Hotels' CEO Julia Hands, she aims to create elegant interiors with a timeless feel. In this article we reveal some of the textiles that will be sourced for the interiors.
The first step of an interior design team is to put together a selection of mood boards for the project. These boards combine extensive research into textiles, decoration materials such as tiles, unique furnishings and interior fittings. Here we reveal some of these mood boards that give a sneak preview of the colours and styles that will be used in the refurbishment of Bailbrook House.
An individual approach to interior design.
The Mansion House will feature 13 individually designed rooms and suites whilst Bailbrook Court will house 81 contemporary guest bedrooms with a common design theme.
The Mansion House
The Mansion House is being developed to give guests a stylish hotel experience complete with large lounges to relax in, a fine dining destination restaurant and thirteen individually decorated feature rooms and suites. The Mansion House itself is positioned on the top of a hill looking down into the valley and the city of Bath. The design of the interior will take advantage of the views as far as possible with the lounges and restaurant being opened up, whilst the best suite in the house benefits from the prime view. The feature rooms and suites in the Mansion House are each individually designed and finished with unique furnishings and artwork. The real finishing touch of this building is the impressive lobby with its pill-box style ceiling and a hand-made stone mosaic artwork to be displayed behind the reception desk.
Throughout Bailbrook Court, contemporary guest accommodation boasts innovative design touches such as the motion sensitive orientation lighting in the bathrooms.
Building on the contemporary design scheme, the designers have incorporated the latest technology, such as smart touch-screens, into the meeting facilities including two training suites and three syndicate rooms.