Hartsfield Manor was built in the 1860’s by Arthur Woodriff Jaffray as a family home. During the second world war the house was taken over by the Canadian Army to be used as a hospital. After the war it was run for a time as a hotel and later was bought by Midland Bank as a Staff Training College.
Now owned and operated by the Manor Collection Group, Hartsfield is a luxury hotel with Victorian grandeur that gracefully absorbs the modern comforts and facilities at this impressive venue, and set in 16 acres of Surrey countryside.
Having already worked on two of the groups other two hotels, they asked us to look at the carpet for the corridors, lounges, Betchworth Suite & restaurant at Hartsfield Manor.
The brief was a carpet in a traditional design but in a modern, neutral palette of colours. We presented a number of design ideas based on our portfolio and developed them using the Colour Tin palette.
We supplied 746 square metres of carpet in total across two designs using the same set of colours in a nine row Axminster