The Ebrington Hotel & Spa
PhotographyCourtesy of The Ebrington Hotel
The home of Ireland’s only completely intact historic Walled City, award-winning museums, some amazing outdoor festivals and Derry Girls has been boosted with the opening of a new hotel.
Opened in 1841 as a naval base, Ebrington was known as HMS Sea Eagle during World War Two and played an important part of the North Atlantic Command. It was later an Army base but has now been completely transformed with the refurbishment of the famous Ebrington clocktower and five buildings at the former military base.
This history played into the eye-catching interior design by expert interior designer, Eamon Carberry and the strong architectural style created by RPP Architects. He worked closely with our designers based in Portadown to create a distinctive map and compass in the Oak Room restaurant carpet.
This set the tone for a successful collaborative approach with Eamon Carberry that reflects the luxurious style of modern hotel.
Subtle detail in the corridor carpets evokes a timeless elegance that is offset by the strong use of linear colour in the graphic tufted bedrooms carpets. The Clocktower bedrooms retain the same luxury levels but, to make them distinctly different, Open Spaces Queenstown Awning from our Contract Stock Collection was selected.
These different designs harmonise perfectly together to enhance the signature style of The Ebrington Hotel & Spa.
To discover more of our carpet design collaborations around the world, visit our Projects page. If you would like to enquire about bespoke carpet solutions for your venue, don’t hesitate to contact us.