HLM interior team designed the concept for this ambitious retrofit scheme, transforming a Methodist chapel into a 4* boutique hotel.

Design Approach

HLM’s interior design concept breathes new life into the building and preserves it for future generations.

The existing church brings a rich history, with a façade dating back to the 1800s, it was in need of extensive and comprehensive refurbishment. Working closely with the client, HLM’s interiors team set out to sensitively transform and renovate the church, carefully retaining elements of the original building to create a scheme that is contemporary but also has a sense of history and complements its surroundings.

Stylish and thoughtful design touches inspired by the colours, vibrancy and creativity of the local area, through the application of patterned fabric, refurbished wooden flooring and feature colour and textural detail. Meanwhile, bright timber geometrical feature wall panelling wallpaper alongside local artwork create a strong sense of place

The building is just a stone’s throw from Camden High Street, at the heart of one of the capital’s most popular and bustling areas, with its diverse range of restaurants, bars, shops and tourist attractions. It is also a short distance from St Pancras station (home of the Eurostar), Euston station and Regent’s Park.

 

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