Keep up to date with our FREE newsletter
Twitter link
Site search

For Email Newsletters you can trust

Facebook link

Music to their ears at Telfords Hadley Park Hotel

Hadley Park Hotel Bedroom Wall Art

Hadley Park Hotel Bedroom Wall Art

Telford’s Hadley Park House Hotel owner Mark Lewis checks out the musical wall art in the hotel’s new function room with wall art entrepreneur Michelle Lewnes.

Recycling is a key aspect to the Hadley Park business, and takes on a whole new meaning when it comes to “wall art” – the latest top fashion trend for homes and businesses which want to stand out from the crowd, recylcing waste metals.

For one Shropshire entrepreneur it has created a bustling new business opportunity which has led to a wide range of work from running a Newport market stall to completing the interior design at a top Shropshire hotel.
“Contemporary metal wall art is a statement. You notice it when you arrive and you remember it after you have left. It leaves a lasting impression and it’s infectious,” said Michelle Lewnes, who won the contract to decorate the walls at the prestigious Hadley Park House Hotel in Telford.
Hotelier Mark Lewis asked Michelle to come up with suitable themed designs for a second new function room and ten new bedrooms, all part of a £1.5 million extension at the countryside hotel on the edge of Telford.
But the metal wall hangings had to blend in with the warm and welcoming country hotel where weddings, conferences and well presented events are the order of the day.

Michelle, a self-confessed perfectionist with a good eye for interior design, took photos of the hotel walls and designed a plan showing where each piece of wall art should go depending on the amount of natural light to create an eye catching display.Her ideas were music to the ears of the hotel management when she came up with a startling array of seven musical instruments from French horn to violin surrounded by a musical display of crotchets and quavers. Mark comments “It is a stunning effect. We are really pleased with Michelle’s efforts. These pieces are quite unique and really bring the function room to life. The hotel bedrooms are equally as tasteful and beautifully decorated in individual designs for each room.”
A mirror effect  has also been created along a corridor linking the bedrooms to the hotel foyer with a floral art display on the outdoor terrace where the “outside is brought inside.”
Michelle’s “wow the walls” technique is destined to catch on, he said.
The former Hope House Children’s Hospice fundraiser who had to give up the job she loved after a car crash said that she investigated the wall art business and found that retailers were buying “plain but effective” pieces in bulk which sold at high prices. “I found retailers didn’t really know anything about the product. So I decided to select more colourful and individual pieces. I make sure they are quality pieces and very affordable. They are made from 95 per cent recycled metals,” said Michelle.
“All sorts of metals are used including iron and tin. It could have been a tin of baked beans in a previous life,” confessed Michelle, who is now sourcing a UK manufacturer to work alongside her to create a unique Home Inspirations exclusive wall art range.
“The pieces need to be easily displayed and quality will not be compromised and they will be one-off or limited editions designs.
“From an environment point of view wall art sends out a message. You have to recycle in an era when everyone is tightening their belts so the designs do not have to be expensive but we are re-using recycled materials which is what needs to be done in this day and age. ”

For more information visit or pop into Hadley Park House Hotel

Visit The Hadley Park Hotel, Telford website HERE

  • Share/Bookmark