Hotel Design : The Ship Hotel, Chichester

Once the private residence of Admiral Sir George Murray, Admiral Lord Nelson's Captain of the Fleet, this Grade 1-listed boutique hotel has recently undergone an interior redesign.
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Bespoke flooring designed specifically for the interior scheme, together with oversize urns and greenery work together to create a colonial feel.

Bespoke flooring designed specifically for the interior scheme, together with oversize urns and greenery work together to create a colonial feel.

The entrance foyer with bespoke hand finished wooden flooring creates a warm and welcoming feel.  The handmade moss ball creates an original centre piece.

The entrance foyer with bespoke hand finished wooden flooring creates a warm and welcoming feel. The handmade moss ball creates an original centre piece.

The use of mirrors not only lightens a space but also creates interest where more traditional art might be 'too much'.

Palm Lounge ~ formally The Ship Hotel. The jazz night here is worth a try. Three course meal in decadent surroundings with live jazz, perfect.

Accessories chosen and supplied by the Silkroad complete the interior scheme.

Accessories chosen and supplied by the Silkroad complete the interior scheme.

Silk flowers arranged in glass vases create an unusual and timeless feature.

Silk flowers arranged in glass vases create an unusual and timeless feature.

Lounge area with original fireplace and modern mirror to reflect light.

Lounge area with original fireplace and modern mirror to reflect light.

The detail in the soft furnishings compliments the entire interior scheme.

Hayley House by The Silkroad Interior Design

The well-stocked bar at The Ship Hotel

The well-stocked bar at The Ship Hotel

The bar area, with bespoke upholstery to compliment the scheme.

The bar area, with bespoke upholstery to compliment the scheme.

The lounge area accesorised by The Silkroad to provide a homely, welcoming feel.

The lounge area accesorised by The Silkroad to provide a homely, welcoming feel.


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