The Northgate - Bury St Edmunds - UK
It was very exciting to work on this project, and to see our designs come alive at The Northgate is amazing. It's always great fun working with award-winning interior designer, Matt Rawlinson (Raw Design); he never fails to surprise me. I love his challenging and creative vision, and he's certainly not afraid of using bold design and colour in his projects. I wonder what he's going to do next?
Dining Area (mural and fixed seating)
For this project, we created a bespoke mural design for the dining area. After being given a brief, moodboard and colour scheme. We created a Peacocks mural design and it fits perfectly within its space. It certainly makes a great statement wall.
Fabric design for fixed seating
For the fixed seating fabric printed on Lux Velvet, we used our Regents Floral Expression design from our existing wallpapers and fabrics collection. We were asked to change our existing colours to work with the required colour scheme of the dining room, introducing lots of soft pinks tones in the design. Matt has certainly put together a beautiful colour scheme of crushed pinks with light and mid-tones showing off his choice of elegant accessories, and lighting. The dining room is certainly something special with a beautiful grand chandelier to set the scene.
The conservatory features our Kews Leafy Florals wallpaper design. Inspired by London's Royal Botanic Gardends, Kew Gardens. A cute dining area with an open plan kitchen.
Matt Rawlinson has transformed The Northgate into the 21st century with modern, stylish and bold interiors. It’s definitely a place to visit, stay or just chill-out. They serve delicious food and make wonderful cocktails.
About The Northgate
"A striking Victorian townhouse transformed into a fun and vibrant restaurant and cocktail bar with bedrooms in the heart of Bury St Edmunds.
We are just a few moments’ walk from the iconic Abbey Gardens and offer our guests a fabulously eclectic setting to discover our locally sourced, seasonally inspired food and drink" (taken from The Northgate)