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Bakers Quay winning interior design announced

The winning design of the reception area at Provender, Bakers Quay has now been finalised. It was chosen following a competition open to some of the best interior designers in the country.

Provender is a new development of 47 one and two bed luxury waterside apartments, at Bakers Quay, Gloucester Docks.

The winning interior was designed by Monica Lenore of Gloucester-based Monica Lenore Designs.

Monica Lenore said: "We wanted to create a space that reminded you of the history of the original building. We also wanted a modern and vibrant feel that mirrors the exciting developments happening in the surrounding community.

"We are thrilled and excited to have been chosen by Rokeby Developments to design the reception for the Provender Mill residents and look forward to the next phase of development. This is a hugely exciting time for Gloucester and we couldn't be more proud to be a part of it."

The Provender Mill reception will include reclaimed wood, environmentally friendly LED lighting, porcelain tile cladding, designer pendant lighting, artwork, bronze tables, a velvet sofa and metallic porcelain tile flooring throughout.

Michael Chicken from Rokeby Developments said: "We are delighted with Monica's design for our reception area. We wish this reception to be the best in the Docks, providing an open modern space, with more than a nod to the history of the location."

Punchline says Provender is another essential part of the regeneration of the Docks area. It's great to see the developer is supporting Gloucestershire and that a local designer was chosen for this prestigious project, beating off tough competition nationally.

Provender will open in July 2018.

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