Eighth and Eden is a high-end wellness and aesthetic clinic set within rolling Worcestershire countryside. When owner Dr Chloe Butler converted Eden Barn as an entry hub to the clinic’s holistic treatment centre she wanted to create a luxurious and engaging space to enhance the guest experience.
The practical and flexible design effortlessly supports mental, spiritual and environmental wellbeing, the central pillars of Eighth and Eden’s philosophy.
The use of soft curves in the design was key to creating the right balance between medical authority and reassuring comfort. Embracing the mental health benefits of being connected with nature, a soft neutral colour palette and natural materials create a calming and restful environment where guests can achieve a sense of wellbeing.
Against a light and airy colour scheme of muted white shades; Honey Oak from the Van Gogh collection offers a characterful yet practical flooring with the look of reclaimed timber. The unobtrusive light golden ash tones and subtle grain details complement the pared back interior and adds depth and texture.
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