Acklam Hall Mirrors Case Study: –
Acklam Hall is a Restoration mansion in the former village, and now suburb, of Acklam in Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire, England. It is a Grade I listed building. It was built by William Hustler between 1680–83.
Being the only Grade I listed building in Middlesbrough, we were very keen to work with the new owners to provide sympathetic but breathtaking solutions to their needs. What was once a private home Acklam Hall is now a beautiful venue for weddings, events, fine dining and office accommodation.
The Brierley Room fine dining restaurant and the adjoining Salon tea room have made extensive use of impressive mirrors fixed into the natural spaces in the wall paneling and above the fire places.
The Brierley Room used Grey smoked mirrors with a bevelled edge to achieve a sleek and contemporary feel that beautifully complements the baroque ceilings and dark detail around the fireplace.
The Salon used a Bronze Antique effect mirror which sets off to great effect against the more warm colour scheme and the gold of the restored fire place.
Throughout the rest of the building and the office accommodation we supplied mirrors to the various bathrooms and toilets including a special bespoke mirror to the Bridal dressing room.
We thoroughly enjoyed working with the team here at Acklam Hall and helping them to restore this amazing building back to its former glory.