Down Hall Country House Hotel
Chelsom ‘Como’ chandeliers were selected as the main centrepieces for the guestrooms as part of the refurbishment of www.downhall.co.uk. House hotel . The eight armed chandeliers offer a similar Flemish style to the original fittings but being made from blown glass provide a contemporary look on a larger scale and thus much more in keeping with the room size. In order to achieve maximum light output all shades were made in oyster and finished with a contrasting trim to compliment the general colour scheme of the rooms.
Handmade ceramic ‘Pearl’ table lamps with a high gloss pearlescent glaze were teamed with rectangular oyster shades trimmed in taupe providing a stylish bedside lighting solution. The rectangular design of the fittings enables the lamps to be pushed towards the wall in order to save space on the compact nightstands. The ‘Swing’ desk lamp was also specified as part of the lighting scheme, meeting the design requirements outlined in the brief stipulating that the product should be finished in brass to maintain consistency with the rest of the metalwork in the rooms. The desk lamp was completed with an oyster tapered shade with a taupe trim helping to create a more contemporary look in the same finish as the bedside fittings to tie in various elements of the wider lighting scheme whilst effectively contributing to the general light level in the room.