Lock-down limitations during the first quarter of 2021 have meant that many of our Hospitality clients used this period to focus on making bar/restaurant enhancements.
The Staffordshire Grill was no exception and we were excited to become involved in their transformation, both internally and externally.
Now taking centre stage in the main restaurant is one of our statuesque, custom made trees with it’s sandblasted Ghostwood trunk, Manzanita branches and a profusion of pretty white blossom covering some 14sqm across the restaurant’s ceiling.
Harmonising beautifully with the interior design scheme.
An abundance of live planting features throughout the restaurant, including Palms and Ficus but taking centre stage, has to be this magnificent 2.5m multi-stem Osmanthus planted into a huge container with extra base planting and completed with strings of fairy lights, creating a warm and inviting courtyard terrace.
Framing the outside terrace space area and adding further biophilic appeal, we installed trellis panels covered in artificial lilac coloured Clematis with matching artificial UV protected Ficus and Ivy foliage and Pothos vines.