The hospitality sector has been one of the hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. It has been a turbulent time for all concerned, and has had a tremendous impact on small and independent businesses in particular.
Several of the nation’s engineering greats – including Alexander Graham Bell and John Logie Baird – have served as inspiration for the redesign of a pub in Edinburgh.
A pub in the Dalmuir area of Clydebank recently reopened its doors following an £80,000 refurbishment by Iona Pub Partnership.
Pulling out all the stops to attract customers, remains as crucial as ever in the Scottish on-trade; and one sure fire way to do this is with a design refresh, say specialists.
A refurbishment can bolster business, but it must be carried out correctly, say firms
A £150,000 outdoor hydrotherapy pool has been unveiled as a major design feature at the Aura Spa within The Bowfield Hotel and Country Club in Renfrewshire.
INNIS & Gunn has unveiled a new look in Edinburgh as it rebranded its Beer Kitchen in the city as the Brewery Taproom.
A 19TH century hotel in Midlothian has been given a design refresh as its long-term family owners prepare the business for the next generation
The firm behind Grill on the Corner in Glasgow has grand designs for the future of the city centre venue following a refurbishment
A strong interior design can help establish atmosphere and set an outlet apart