Winston- Salem, NC
Winston-Salem’s own Italian Eatery and Wine Bar has been a huge success since it opened in the Spring of 2015. This project was the collective effort of design team which consisted of the architect, the owners and Hayden Design. Interior finish selections included “aged” wood for the bar and furnishings, quartz Carrera marble counters, deep rich toned stained concrete floors. Seating included custom designed backless barstools, a tall button tufted banquette with crossed back café chairs. Specialty tile at the Pizza oven adds visual interest to the white subway tile in the prep area leading to the kitchen. Mirrors reflect the sparkle of small and large pendants.
Project Architect: Owen Architecture, PLLC
The new Hampton Inn and Suites, completed Fall of 2016 is perched on the crest of a hill as you enter scenic Boone, NC located in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Hayden Design worked with Poteat Hospitality Associates, LLC to provide interior finishes and furnishings which would reflect the Hilton-Hampton Inn Brand. The guest rooms reflect a little mountain warmth, while the colors throughout flow to embrace the beauty of fall foliage. Artwork tells the story of all the outdoor recreational activities and attractions of this beautiful area. All public spaces support the warmth and character of this growing mountain, university town.
Deacon Place Clubhouse & Apartments
Deacon Place is a 328-bed apartment style Student Housing property in Winston-Salem, near Wake Forest University. Hayden Design worked with the project team which included Signet Enterprises and Kelley Properties to provide interior finishes, furniture and artwork / accessory selections for the two-level clubhouse and all residential units including the pool area. Our work with the team began at the early planning stages and included designing the preconstruction leasing unit.
Project Architect: T.H. Hughes Architecture, PLLC
The Barn at Reynolda Village
The Barn at Reynolda Village was originally a Cow Barn for the dairy cows on the Reynolda estate of RJ Reynolds. The building dates back to the 1920’s and has had many uses over the years, including numerous retail spaces. In 2016, Wake Forest University converted the former Cow Barn at Reynolda Village to an event space for the University and the public’s use. Hayden Design was contracted to provide design direction for the interior upfit. Our work included design details for event area and restroom paneling, cabinetry and doors, lighting selections, furniture, artwork and accessory selections. The space includes a large open event area, a silo with a custom chandelier, meeting rooms and a kitchen. With the Barn’s neutral palette, rustic elegance and flexible lighting, this space is in high demand for a wide range of events.
Chapel Hill, NC
Hayden Design worked with Club Corporation of America to upfit the 25,000 sq.ft. Carolina Club on the campus of UNC in Chapel Hill, NC. The space involved new finishes and furniture for the Lobby, Member Dining, Bar + Grille, Private Dining/Meeting Rooms, Pre-function Areas, and the Main Banquet Hall. A custom carpet was designed for the large Banquet Hall that incorporated the Carolina Club logo. All design, coordination, and project coordination supervision and management was handled by Hayden Design.
Wake Forest University: Zick's
Zick's student "hang out" space was designed to encourage a greater sense of community on the WFU campus. This former campus mailroom encompasses 4,286 sq. ft. on two levels of the Poteat Residence Hall. We worked closely with the architects, WFU Campus Life & Facilities Depts. to plan a space which was inviting and comfortable for students and others in the WFU Community to gather, converse, relax and engage. The result is an old world, pub decor with an industrial twist. A focal point is the reclaimed wood bar counter with custom lighting. Materials included wood floors, brick veneer, custom paneling and iron accenst, which all contribute to a vintage look. Whenever possible, materials and systems follow WFU's strong commitment to sustainability. Our work with the architects was very comprehensive, from the early conceptual planning to selecting finishes, furniture, lighting selections and installation oversight.
Project Architect: West and Stem Architects, PLLC