The Courthouse Club

“A dramatic 40 ft long pristine, geometric bar and sophisticated seating arranged in a series of coloured booths. It’s a triumph of planning and craftsmanship”
Portfolio Magazine

“The overall result: A pulsating, captivating, special space” Gallery Magazine

“Thank you Gemma, for helping us fight our way to the top and having a really spectacular space. We couldn't have done it without you. You totally nailed it, smashed it, knocked it out of the park. I'm really happy to have seen so many people receptive and positive, it's blown some minds! I'm really grateful for all of your time, thoughts and effort. Thanks again and we'll work on the next job sometime“
Client - The Courthouse

“The Fishery restaurant in Port St Mary is the very first Manx-concept restaurant: Art prints with archetypal Manxie colloquialisms – “Ay Boy”” “Blowin’ a Hoolie” etc – are married to a maritime colour blend which work in tune with the seafood on offer. It is emblematic of Gemma’s style: Off the wall, irreverent, grand but with painstaking attention to detail.”

”Neon signs, filament bulbs and Manx artwork make for a haven of pure Instagram porn and don’t even get me started on the dreamy colour scheme.”
Gef the Mongoose

“Beautiful new re-fit. Absolutely stunning” Client - The Fishery

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“Fab team at Rehab! They helped us to realise our dream and create a bespoke tea room in the centre of town. Their ability to pick up on the brief and help us to create this unique destination was outstanding, we couldn't have done it without them. Everybody talks about the quirky decor and attention to detail, all elements being carefully considered, and it shows. Would thoroughly recommend Rehab for any job large or small. Thank you”
Client - The Tea Junction

“I am delighted that the new-look Harbour Lights at the Sefton has been so well received. The design cues of the refurbished space reference the hotel’s elegant Victorian architecture, reimagined for the 21st century. We could not ask for a better backdrop to showcase our modern British and international cuisine” Client - Harbour Lights at the Sefton

“The commercial design projects they have taken on have been truly stunning….including Harbour Lights at the Sefton, Salon3, The Tea Junction and Sir Norman’s; all divergent stylistically but sharing that same common need to tell the story: yesterday’s history bathed in the visuals of today”
Gef the Mongoose