A leading hotel gets a cool yet classic signature look

 

Built in 1892 and designed by W.L Rennison, The Sefton Hotel is one of the largest hotels on the island and one of very few to survive into the 21st Century. The historic architectural style of the building informed the luxurious new interior scheme of the new restaurant and bar. With its stunning powder blue walls, white carrera marble and burnished brass tables, jewel-patterned Victorian floor tiles with dark oak herringbone wood floors, Harbour Lights at The Sefton offers all day dining in a relaxed, cool and stylish manner. Oversized milk glass globe chandeliers draw the eye to an impressive row of double-height windows which provides an up close and personal view of the ocean, whilst the spaces between the stunning contemporary art-laden columns provide a glimpse of what to expect throughout. The interior exhibits a vibrant and charming aesthetic, refined in its form to match the hotel's prestigious status, focusing on quality finishes, rich materials and a refined selection of furnishings. 

Rehab Squared brought the restaurant and bar up to date with the use of an intriguing colour palette which breathes life and a dramatic new energy into the space. An impressive 6-metre long blue veined marble topped bar, clad in dark oak herringbone patterned wood, establishes itself as the centrepiece and visual focal point of the room. 

 

 
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