Interiors for a georgian manor in west sussex
This interesting Georgian Manor in West Sussex required restoring to its former glory. Visited by the public and used for events, such as weddings and conferences, Stuart Interiors were tasked with designing and specifying everything in this forty-plus room property.
Including joinery, furniture, floor coverings, textiles and lighting, highlights include a bespoke oak library with library ladder to house a vast collection of the owner’s published books; dining furniture for the extraordinary Monkey Room, hand-painted in 1945 by artist John Spencer-Churchill, the nephew of Sir Winston Churchill; Georgian style office furniture, display cabinets and partner’s desks; extravagant C18th style curtaining and decorative items such as candle sconces, mirrors, antique items and globes.
Working directly with the client and their design team, this project took three years to complete, from initial concept design to final installation, with a budget of over £1,000,000.
- Working directly with the client and their interior design team
- Consultancy and advice on appropriate historic interiors
- Design, manufacture and installation of bespoke joinery and furniture
- Bespoke, floor to ceiling oak Library with Library Ladder system
- Restoration of original Georgian joinery including main staircase and panelling
- Bespoke oak display cabinets, office furniture
- Period style lighting including pewter, iron and brass chandeliers
- Georgian style fabrics and curtaining throughout
- Full project management to strict deadlines and budget requirements
- Project value: £1,000,000+
- Project duration: Around 3 years
- Project location: West Sussex, UK