Working closely with the client and interior designers Devon Interiors we have transformed a dated eating space into a fresh contemporary restaurant.  There was a clear brief to retain a nautical theme which is in keeping with Charlestown heritage, which has been achieved to perfection.

The suspended ceilings were removed, exposing in keeping timber beams above which added character and a greater sense of space to a once dark and uninviting area. High grade insulation was added to the roof line to improve thermal values as well as a top grade underfloor heating system which has vastly improved the energy efficiency of the building as well as reducing heating costs.  New wall and floor finishes throughout have given the restaurant a new lease of life which is epitomised by the focal centre piece of the Log Burner. The fit out and décor is of the highest quality which is what sets this restaurant apart from the competition.

George Elworthy, Managing Director, Lost Gardens of Heligan, said:

"I have been very impressed with the project management of Ease, who in a very short period of time have overseen the complete redesign of our restaurant. In the short period of three months they have taken on board a complicated brief, designed and built to an agreed budget our restaurant. They managed and coordinated all contractors to a detailed programme with a weekly report on progress , costs and all health and safety matter. From a client point of view we felt well informed at all stages and were very pleased with the end product. They couldn’t have made the process any easier".

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