Adare Manor, a treasured heritage of Irish hospitality, marking the final stage of a multi-phase transformation. Winner of ‘Hotel of the Year’ at the Virtuoso Best Of the Best Awards 2018, the Carriage House vogue has designed by award-winning and market-leading interior design David Collins Studio that has accomplished the interiors of Adare Manor’s indulgent brand-new dining and luxury bar ideas destination.
The expected debut of The Carriage House points the completion of massive renovation and expansion endeavor at Adare Manor. The new Adare Manor Hotel and Golf Resort enroll a variety of world-class facilities including new guest accommodation, a variety of dining options, an expansive ballroom, and a new state-of-the-art spa.
The Carriage House’s new hospitality design had been created award-winning and market-leading interior design studio David Collins Studio. The Studio has a long previous experience in taking combinations of different looks and bringing them together.
Established in 1985, the studio was recommended to the team at Adare by a previous client.
The interior design project was led by the Premier Hospitality, Creative Director Simon Rawlings. The initial ideas to the significance of the finished product were based in a new construction that had to tie in with the existing manor house in terms of style but had a bit more of a contemporary feel.
Guests arriving at The Carriage House are met by a grand mural with an impressive double-height ceiling and stone steps that covers around the room and set the scene before passing through the main colonnade that reveals a beautiful wine clad rotunda.
Off this rotunda reveals all of the different spaces with natural materials and finishes bring the outside to inside, with flooring in a limestone finish, walls clad in light-colored oak paneling, and moldings, architraves, wall friezes, and cornicing painted in an off-white tone.
The variety of spaces includes a gorgeous leather-clad bar, a timbered lounge room and a mesmerizing restaurant area with a private dining gallery. These rooms are then linked by a terrace with an outdoor kitchen, wood-burning oven and cigar lounge.
David Collins Studio worked hard at customizing and developing mosaic floors, hand-made using an opulent combination of Bianco Carrara marble, Belgian black limestone, and green limestone. This visual connectivity almost in a reinvented way all of which subtly reference architectural details from the main manor house.
The Carriage House Luxury Bar ideas are simple yet refined making it the active social heart of the hotel. Constructed using mainly bronze and brass finishes with glass shelving to allow light to pass through the bottles, this graceful atmosphere makes the bar a wonderful gathering place with an interior design that evokes joyful and relaxed moments.
Adding to this warm and hospitality design, of inviting glow, lighting is provided by a horizontal brass rail above the bar, from which feature glass pendant lamps are suspended. The design of The Carriage House Luxury Bar ideas is a perfect union of traditional Irish culture and elevated contemporary styling.
Rich leather and dark-stained oak furnishings with touches of bronze, and pewter offer a sense of timeless luxury. Low lighting in warm tones creates an inviting and intimate environment at any time of day. Bespoke chairs and barstools are arranged through the space to encourage mingling, with welcoming nooks for conversation.
The Luxury Bar ideas-top is clad in distressed pewter for an antique feel. This is reflected in the tables were guests can also enjoy a cozy drink by the fireside, framed by a magnificent fireplace of Breccia Capraia marble – notable for the material’s striking green and burgundy veining.
The panels in the left wall can be opened up to create sight-lines through to the lounge, allowing a sense of spaciousness and comfort at even the busiest times.