Stylish Ochre Interior Stone Cladding at Aloft Excel Hotel Restaurant

Aloft Excel Hotel is based in Royal Victoria Dock London, their hotel restaurant is simply stunning with its stone cladding walls.
Aloft Excel Hotel's restaurant
Aloft Excel Hotel's restaurant
Sept. 19, 2012 - PRLog -- The stone cladding used in Aloft Excel Hotel is the ochre stone cladding variety; it is made up of a combination of beautiful shades of beige and burnt orange. The beautiful colours of the ochre, matches with almost anything, giving interior designers lots of choice when picking soft furnishings to accompany the stone wall. The ochre blend gives this restaurant a stylish edge, keeping it trendy enough for such an exclusive hotel. The stone walls create something special that is unique and can be enjoyed by everyone for many years to come.

No longer do you need to have a massive budget of a major hotel to achieve and enjoy the look of natural stone. The stone used in the hotel restaurant is from a UK company Norstone, who provide stacked stone to a range of different people; they take on all types of projects whether they are small residential jobs or big commercial jobs.

Stone cladded walls originate from hundred of years ago, Norstone have taken the traditional style of these walls and made them contemporary to provide something suitable more modern and up to date. Its difficult to not enjoy an appreciate the natural beauty of these stone walls.

Norstone welcome any enquiries, they offer a range of different colours and varieties of stone that can be used indoors and outdoors, no job is to big or to small for Norstone. Get in contact or visit their website to find out more.
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Tags:Stacked Stone, Excel, Aloft Excel Hotel, Ochre, Interior Design
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