Here at Ultimate we have recently completed a project in scenic Saltaire.
Set in the stunning World Heritage site, Saltaire village is full of history and iconic industrial buildings. Saltaire in Shipley was a planned community built by philanthropist and businessman Titus Salt between 1850 and 1875 to house workers at the newly built mill. The houses offered workers a much higher standard of living in the purpose built community than if they had lived in the surrounding areas.
One thing Titus Salt didn’t build was a public house! Some say this decision was down to his keen business sense. While the Salts community and buildings that Titus built are still apparent in Saltaire a few things have changed… for example you can now enjoy a drink or two. Don’t Tell Titus is a licensed bar and restaurant in the heart of Saltaire that we have recently had the pleasure of refurbishing.
The project took three weeks and saw us completely refurbishing the space. Don’t Tell Titus is set over two floors and we carried out a full internal and external redecoration. We laid new flooring and added brand new soft furnishings and bespoke joinery to complement the stylish new design. The finishing touches included contemporary bespoke upholstery and installing ambient lighting and audio visual in the space.
The statement leather effect wall upstairs and featuring on the bar really ties the two floors together. The mixture of textures in the soft furnishings sets off the design perfectly and adds a sophisticated twist to the cosy, welcoming space.
The refurbishment perfectly reflects the atmosphere in Don’t Tell Titus, a relaxed and laid back bar and restaurant where you can take in the unique surroundings over delicious food and a drink. Just Don’t Tell Titus that you’ve had a drink!
To celebrate the refurbishment, Don’t Tell Titus have added some fantastic new additions to their menu. You can now also become a Titus VIP which means you will get the very latest offers.
Experience the fusion of sophistication, comfort and style of the new design. You can take a look at more images of the finished product over on our Case Study.
We hope that the Don’t Tell Titus customers enjoy the new refurbishment as much as we enjoyed working on. We may even have had a drink or two to toast the new look but shhh Don’t Tell Titus.
Posted March 24, 2015