Ibis Styles, Heathrow East
An Art Deco-style hotel that was Inspired by the architecture of West London's Golden Mile, Ibis Styles London Heathrow East draws on the energy of the iconic style in a quirky and uplifting way.
Splendid Hospitality Group employed the Interior Design firm Matthews Mee, Wakefield, to create the scheme. The interior needed to reflect the luxury and glamour of this bygone era.
Inspired by the interior design concept created by Mathews Mee, Skopos produced a selection of ideas and designs for the interior fabrics.
Skopos developed a Bespoke blue/grey woven curtain in a Twill design for the 125 bedrooms. This was accompanied by Carina sheer from the popular Zephyr voiles collection. Full blackout was requested so the curtains were blackout lined and velcro was added to the curtain trail edge to obtain this effect - this allows the drape to lie flat against the wall.
For the public areas, a Bespoke Art Deco style upholstery fabric, Petit Edodo, a print on our Nereus basecloth was created in Burgundy and Petrol colourways. The small scale design worked well on the chair backs and banquette seating. The design was also printed on an inherently FR basecloth and used for scatter cushions.
Skopos provided a full service offer. The curtains were made up in the Skopos sewing room in Yorkshire and full site measure and installation was completed by the Skopos fitting team.
Roller blinds supplied by Skopos we also installed in public areas including meeting rooms, lounge, lounge bar and breakfast area.