Our Favourite Commercial Interiors

Our Favourite Commercial Interiors

From The Anvil ironmongery can be found in many commercial properties and is often used to renovate pubs, restaurants and hotels. Our broad finish choice and extensive product collection is great for creating a timeless, quality look and many of our products are useful in commercial settings. Our collection of large pull handles, push and kick plates for example are durable and perfect for use in bars or restaurants.

Commercial interiors need to be welcoming and have unique character whilst being practical and very hardwearing.

Here are a few of our favourites...

The Clive Arms

A Georgian building with a classic, elegant interior.

Situated near the historic market town of Ludlow, the Clive has 18 bedrooms and offers a memorable dining experience using fresh, local ingredients. Fully renovated at the start of 2019, the Georgian building has been elegantly decorated using From The Anvil ironmongery throughout.

Products featured include; Black Avon Euro Lever Handles and matching Bathroom Levers. Black Flush Pull Handles and Fingerplates. Black Octagonal Centre Door Knob. Black Peardrop Window Fasteners and Stays.

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Cotswolds Inns & Hotels

Traditional Cotswolds buildings with quirky interior touches.

The Cotswolds Inns and Hotels Group own several unique properties in the charming Cotswolds and surrounding areas. Since first establishing, their collection of properties has continued to grow providing guests with a choice of stylish relaxing retreats, event venues and restaurants.

Our products have been used throughout numerous rooms and public areas in these properties with our broad finish choice and extensive product collection allowing for Beeswax, Pewter and Natural Smooth fittings to be used in different spaces to complement the style and feel of each room.

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The Milbank Arms

A long-established country inn with an authentic interior.

The Milbank Arms is an historic institution and has served the community of Barningham for at least 325 years. After extensive renovations, it reopened in June 2019. The Milbank Arms now offers a warm, relaxed, and atmospheric place to eat, drink and stay.

Beeswax was the finish of choice throughout the pub and provides an authentic, characterful look. Polished Brass ironmongery can be found in the bedrooms to create a more boutique hotel feel.

See the Full Case Study Here.