Vicaima design bowls them over at The Heyford Hotel
New and stylish Boutique Hotel at the heart of the Oxfordshire countryside selects Vicaima trend setting door designs to compliment the mood of its relaxing and entertaining interiors.
With its select and elegantly appointed rooms, The Heyford Hotel provides a refreshing visitor experience in the picturesque and rural Oxfordshire location of Upper Heyford, yet less than 30 minutes’ drive from the City of Oxford. Situated at the heart of the once famous former military airbase and with a nod to its past American connections, the Hotel includes its own bespoke bowling alley and bar for those wishing to enjoy tastes from across the pond.
Developers Dorchester Living, who have been working with Vicaima over many years to transform the former RAF and USAF Upper Heyford airfield, chose Vicaima for this jewel in their crown, due to Vicaima’s reputation for close attention to design detail and ability to match the desired blend of contemporary, yet sympathetic to its historic heritage.
Working in conjunction with partners ABL Doors, the Vicaima products included third party accredited and rigorously tested and certified FD30 Fire doors, which were supplied as popular Portaro® Door Kits.
These matching door and frame assemblies, designed for easy and rapid installation, were finished in Crown Cut Ash veneer with a Marina Grey semi-translucent tone. This attractive appearance was further embellished with two vertical and parallel black inlays situated close to the doors closing edge. In addition to the door frames the final décor was further enhanced by the inclusion of Marina Grey toned skirting boards, to complete the theme.
Portaro® door kits and Marina Grey finish from the Naturdor® stained range are just two examples from an extensive selection of imaginative ideas from the many Vicaima Design Collections. With performance and decorative solutions for a multitude of project types, Vicaima offer everything from standard and ‘off-the-shelf’ to completely bespoke designs.