The collaboration within the hospitality sector is the latest in a string of significant projects for Bisley, according to the brand, whose history lies in office furniture design and manufacture. The firm is reportedly known for a number of heritage design classics, which includes the MultiDrawer originally designed by Bisley’s founder in 1958.
For the Celtic Collection group, the Bisley furniture range was designed in collaboration with Tŷ Hotels and manufactured to the “highest standards” at Bisley’s Newport factory, which is located just a few miles from the Celtic Collection’s flagship location.
The furniture pieces produced for the new Tŷ hotel reportedly feature a super-sized, padded headboard, coordinating bedside tables, a number of “unique” mirrors, a steel-framed dressing table, and a large double wardrobe.
Graeme Matthews, Bisley’s director of UK sales, said: “At Bisley, we’ve worked on a number of significant residential and hospitality projects. Our latest partnership with the Celtic Collection has enabled us to continue growing our market share in the hospitality sector, as well as our wood offering in the industry.
“As a business, we’re fully committed to supporting our local economy, especially when our Bisley headquarters and factory still remain in Newport, South Wales. Our work for the Tŷ Hotel has demonstrated our capabilities, as a manufacturer, to work on large-scale projects while delivering high-quality and functional products.”
Matt Barnby, Celtic Collection cluster hotel director, added: “The casegoods furniture designed and installed by Bisley is the perfect fit for the contemporary look and feel of our bedrooms at Tŷ Hotel Milford Waterfront, and they finish off the rooms perfectly.
“We always look to work with local Welsh suppliers where possible and, when we decided to broaden our horizons to West Wales, it was great to be able to take a trusted supplier from Newport with us on the journey.”