Embracing the best in British Furniture, Taylor’s Classics provides a unique offering of chairs, tables, stools and benches to the contract and hospitality markets.
Taylor’s Classics have been using our Heritage range across several projects since its introduction to our ranges in 2016, we’re taking a look at two bar and restaurant brands, The Alchemist and Gusto, both of which feature our Heritage Caramel.
The Alchemist – Liverpool
Situated within a Grade II listed building in the heart of Liverpool’s financial district, The Alchemist Liverpool embraces, “exposed ancient brickwork, reinstated wonderful wooden floors and a touch of our own alchemy with a stunning commissioned mural, setting the tone for a decidedly unconventional bar and restaurant.”
For the Liverpool restaurant, Taylor’s Classics provided bespoke chairs, stools and tables, making this project truly unique. Our Heritage Caramel is seen throughout the bar on Taylor’s classic seating.
Opening in 2005, Gusto Restaurants have expanded all over the country, 2016 saw the start of an expansion to the restaurant portfolio, Taylor’s Classics provided seating for two new restaurants, Lytham and Leamington Spa.
Being the first Gusto restaurant in the Lancashire area, Gusto wanted the Lytham restaurant to provide a “sparkly and aspirational vibe.” A Grade II listed building was transformed into a stunning 130 cover restaurant with an additional outside terrace. Taylor’s Classics provided their Bentwood Number 33 Upholstered Back Armchair in our Heritage Caramel for the site. The timeless shape of the Number 33 Armchair means it is perfect for both traditional and modern designs.
Gusto Leamington Spa
Another first for the area, Leamington Spa opened in the midlands also using the Number 33 Armchair from Taylor’s Classics. The theme for Gusto Leamington Spa was “stylish, with a relaxed atmosphere.” The armchairs upholstered in our Heritage Caramel provide the perfect seating to enjoy a celebration or family meal.