Club was opening up a new 2nd floor balcony/bar [more space means more customers 'allowed' in] However patrons were hesitant, the new area was
bland, lacking atmosphere & empty
-they asked Interior gardens for ideas & costings to 'green-up' the area
-we looked at creating a green-theme that would help draw patrons upstairs & provide a convivial atmosphere to relax & socialise in. The theme
ran through several areas, starting at stairwell & running thru upstairs all the way to balcony, as set out below...
stairwell landing- existing bare walls were not enticing, we installed a 'green-curtain' high up on stairwell wall, to freshen &
soften the area, whilst inviting patrons on ground floor to venture up to new bar area
wall-baskets- at top of stairs, a bare bulkhead was transformed by a row of lush, trailing wall-baskets, continuing green-theme to...
green-wall- another bare space beside main bar servery was brightened-up by addition of mixed vibrant green-wall linking internal
to external greenery.
seat planters- outside on balcony, long bare areas behind timber seating had the latest UV-treated artificial greenery added, using
versions of popular plants such as philo xanadu & murraya
hanging-baskets- outside on balcony a huge, bare pergola was stark & uninviting. We put large lush hanging-baskets that added
an instant green-atmosphere, softening ugly pergola & brightening whole space. By using a mix of the latest UV-treated greenery, the baskets
not only look striking, they also give added shade on hotter days
The end result is a successful new balcony/bar area. Renovations & new greenery has transformed area into a cool, friendly & relaxed space with a green-theme flowing from entrance, thru bar & into outdoor balcony area...