Interior design work at Lyzzick Hall has been an annual project for Liz Weightman. In 2023 there was a major refurbishment programme which involved the lounge, orangery and several bedrooms. The main work has been transforming downstairs, changing the restaurant into a luxurious and moody lounge.
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The 2023 brief: A fresh, more modern, and up to date feel for our new lounge and orangery reconfiguration that also needs to encourage a real flow through the hotel.
The 2023 transformation has been one of the larger projects which involved three elements:
- Changing what was once the main restaurant into a new lounge with a modern moody new look. Creating a contemporary look, and making it feel luxurious and cosy, but still retaining that intimate feeling.
- Enhance the orangery as a third dining area, using a modern, clean look, making the most of the vistas, and ensuring it sits comfortably alongside existing décor of the adjoining dining areas.
- Updating four of the bedrooms and two suites upstairs.
Lyzzick Hall interior design 2023
The restaurant has been transformed into a modern, moody yet still very cosy and welcoming lounge. Fabrics for curtains and cushions are inspired by the elegant imagery displayed in the Chinoiserie decorative arts. The Kai Aravalli range combines stunning mountain views with delicately embroidered, and innovative applications to create stunning woven patterns with drama and depth. The finishing touches include shimmering highlights of metallic tones which filter through on tonally matching earthy colours and contrasting gold cushions. Read the full story of this 2023 refurbishment here.