Dulux mood boards unveiled
We have been delighted by the support of the national charity CRASH who have been able to offer us much practical support and advice, throughout the rebuild.
CRASH have been extremely generous and have awarded us with a cash grant of £30,000. CRASH Trustee Steve Hodkinson of Scotch Partners and Patron Dulux Trade have added significant value to this grant by sharing their professional expertise. Patrons Hilti (Great Britain) Ltd, British Gypsum and ACO Technologies have pledged their support by offering to donate materials along with the vital technical expertise which will ensure they are used to their full potential.
Dulux have created three complementary bedroom schemes for the In-Patient Unit to give rooms their own identity. The scattered nature and mix of rooms equates to creating a homely environment. The In-Patient rooms feature a collection of colours which reflect warmth and comfort and are gender neutral. Designed to complement the previously pre-selected finishes including patient chair and floor coverings.
The environment around us often supports how we feel, therefore getting this right is paramount when the users are either ill or on an emotional journey, when the Dulux team created the colour schemes for the treatment, counselling, family and nurses rooms this was taken into account, and as a result a beautiful, calming scheme has been created.
For the corridors and breakout areas a colour story has been created to offer combinations which works with the equality act while not comprising the effect and functional design.
These stunning colour schemes have now been signed off by the nursing team and we are very excited to share these with you.
Bedroom colour scheme 1