The bespoke Nine Row Axminster produced by Wilton Carpets Commercial gives a royal and prestigious statement to the grand staircase and hotel corridors of the impressive Victorian building, situated in the historic city of Chester. Simon envisaged a parquet effect carpet, in a geometric pattern to achieve this.
Since its’ opening in 1860, the first class hotel has entertained guests such as Charles Dickens, Cecil Rhodes and Lille Langtry. Simon wanted the design of this carpet to reflect the grand and majestic look of the staircase and due to the vast measurements of this area; the design of how this carpet was laid took a lot of intricate and precise workings from KQC Commercial’s in-house CAD drawing team managed by Paul Greenall, Director and Senior Surveyor.
Featuring creative decor with bold colours and plush fabrics, the large corridor which boasts itself 4 storeys high was fitted with a beautiful purple parquet effect carpet and our gratitude goes in particular to John Lawton and Adam Armitt for their spectacular work on this project.
“KQC Commercial are an outstanding company, they provided us with great carpet and wonderful service.”