You may remember the original blog post from the beginning of March when I showed you my plans for the Wedding Venue project at the Kings Chapel in Old Amersham. Last week they held their first wedding in the new venue and I popped in a few days before to see the near finished results. Here’s what it looks like now!
You can see from the photo above that there were a few bits and pieces left to do, radiator covers to install, and general dressing of the space, but on the most part it was complete. A far cry from the plain, box room that we began with.
Remember the room at it’s beginnings?
In order to add some character to the room, we looked backed to it’s Georgian roots, and decided the addition of some simple panelling would do the trick.
Here are the original drawings, sketching out the ideas.
A neutral champagne colour to the walls, with beading to create the panels.
Covers to hide the radiators, and roman blinds in a subtle champagne and duck egg damask to dress the windows.
Large mirrors to add further character, reflect light and create a larger sense of space.
What do you think of the end result? Let me know in the comments below!