Decorated with an ‘Ice Cream’ nostalgic scheme to capture the flavour of the seaside, the Durley Chine area, just west of Bournemouth Pier, has had 30 huts painted in the protective coating.
Denise Watson is manager at the Christchurch Crown Decorating store. She said: “We are really happy to have been part of the transformation of the much loved beach huts.
“The Ice Cream colours are fun and playful and reflective of the beach culture. Sadolin (http://www.crowndecoratorcentre.co.uk/
‘Ice Cream’ represents the third phase of a colourful transformation of the Bournemouth beach front.
The project began in 2010 with the colour scheme ‘Sunrise to Sunset’ where inspirational shades capturing the essence of the colour spectrum from dawn to dusk were applied to 75 traditionally styled, new wooden beach huts in the East Cliff area. This scheme went on to achieve global recognition, receiving a commendation in the World Architecture News (WAN) Colour in Architecture awards.
One year later, 45 beach huts at the Alum Chine area of the resort were transformed with a pastel colour scheme, entitled ‘Nudes’.
On all three occasions, Bournemouth Borough Council (http://www.bournemouth.gov.uk/
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