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Five Reasons why Restoring Furniture Reduces Waste

Five Reasons why Restoring Furniture Reduces Waste Posted

We understand that being an owner of a hotel, restaurant, caf

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The Return of the Classic

The Return of the Classic Posted

Nowadays you only need to walk down the street to find yourself surrounded by the modern world. People are regularly seen connecting to the internet on their mobile phones or tablets; we very much live in a world of technology and our lives are full of modern movements.

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Sustainability in the Industry: How Reclaimed Furniture has a Positive Environmental Effect

Sustainability in the Industry: How Reclaimed Furniture has a Positive Environmental Effect Posted

In recent years, the popularity of reclaimed furniture in homes and hospitality venues across the UK has sky-rocketed. This surge has not just spawned from the fact that reclaimed furniture is quirky and unique, it

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Using Pub Furniture to Create an Experience

Using Pub Furniture to Create an Experience Posted

One of the keys to retaining existing customers - and generating new ones - in a pub involves creating the right atmosphere. A pubs atmosphere dictates the type of customer who walks through the door and also the level of service that a customer can expect. In this post we discuss the critical components in driving business with pubs that go out of their way to create an experience with their interior design.

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Creating space for small commercial interiors

Creating space for small commercial interiors Posted

In today's blog we're going to address the interiors of the likes of small restaurants and tea rooms and look at how we can help you create space for small commercial interiors.

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Inspiration for pubs with reclaimed and antique bar accessories Posted

When you walk into a bar, the first thing your customers may notice is the bar, then the seating area. However after everyone has been served and sat down, the small details begin to matter. As it's these small details that give your pub interior design its: character, ambience, and individual style.

So let's look at the 'small details' that makes a big difference to your pub interior design:

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Contemporary Furniture: How To Make It Work - Taylor's Classics Posted

Whilst there are many pubs and restaurants that go for the traditional pub furniture, there is a huge trend for contemporary furniture. Some would say that this type of furniture lacks charm and character yet contemporary furniture can tell a story of its own.

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The Pheasant Inn Posted

The Pheasant Inn, a Cheshire based pub was a wonderful business to work with. The pub itself is warm, cosy, luxurious but with many traditional elements. Choosing traditional pub furniture was therefore essential in order to maintain the lovely atmosphere. In today's article we've chosen to talk about the Pheasant Inn in Cheshire case study.

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Top Tips for picking outdoor pub furniture

Top Tips for picking outdoor pub furniture Posted

In today's blog, we prepare for the bank holiday sunshine. We'll be giving top tips on picking outdoor pub furniture.

With the May Bank Holiday 2014 approaching, we'll see warmer days and lighter nights. It's indeed a perfect chance to entice your customers into your beer gardens for a pint or two whilst relaxing in some comfortable outdoor pub furniture.

Read our top tips for picking outdoor pub furniture here.

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Meet the Team Posted

As with any business

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Temporary Closure

Good Morning/ Afternoon/ Evening to all our loyal and valued customers,

FOLLOWING THE GOVERNMENT'S GUIDELINES
We have taken the decision today to close our workshops and offices from this Friday evening (8th January). So, from Monday 11th January for 2 weeks our premises in Stafford will be closed.
We will then review the situation and post updates onto our website.
We will still be picking up emails via sales@taylorsclassics.com, if you would like to send an email, a member of our team will reply either via telephone or email.

We are very optimistic for the future, but feel we should be doing 'our bit' to keep everyone who works at Taylor's Classics safe.
Please take care of yourselves and let's hope when the daffodils are out & the birds start to sing, things will be getting better.

Best wishes,
Martin Taylor