17 Sep 2021
Hospitality produced a well needed boost to the economy this summer.
Contributing a 4.8% uplift in the 2nd half of 2021, after the restrictions were lifted and people flocked back to shops, pubs, clubs and restaurants. Hospitality is now firmly focused on the months ahead as we approach the festive season. The Autumn and Winter period is predominately interior trading therefore, it is essential your venues are looking warm and inviting for those valued customers. Check out the latest news from Pubstuff to help you get your preparations well under way!
The fabrics that you choose for your scheme play a huge part in the atmosphere of your venue and the identity you are striving to achieve. Alongside a wealth of inhouse fabrics, Pubstuff have access to some fantastic textile houses that can really make your interiors standout. ILIV, Sunbury and Clarke & Clarke to name but a few, all offer some individual and premium selections. Whether your design is traditional or contemporary, we will seek out the best options for your brief.
The Farmers Arms-Apperley
The Farmer's Arms is a traditional country Inn set in beautiful rolling countryside. With the existing heritage features and raw materials as a stunning backdrop, the furniture needed to reflect its surroundings but at the same time offering maximum comfort and capacity. Lisbon and Avon dining chairs set the scene with comfort and nature inspired fabrics. Evesham Deer and Elysian Geese by Sanderson really catch the imagination of the country theme and look equally as good on the Avon and Warwick bar chairs. The 1940's inspired dining chairs give a sense of days gone by in Braemar plaids by ILIV. Farmhouse tables sit in harmony alongside weathered oak Chunky poseur tables and a touch of class is added to cosy corners with the Chester sofa and wingback chairs. It's great to see the use of Cubes in saddle for flexibility and interest too! This is a real warm and atmospheric design.