Pipe Hill House
What do you do?
Were launching a Boutique Bed & breakfast based in Lichfield, Staffordshire, England. Just 2 rooms, in a house built in 1725. Queen Anne, Georgian style house. Our focus is organic and were really committed to recycling and sustainability. We have a fruit and vegetable garden and grow most of our own veg, soft fruits in the summer. We have 4 hens so have freshly laid eggs most days. Lichfield is the smallest city in the UK.
As the house is older and has wide stone bands around the centre, it is listed as a building of historical interest with English Heritage. This means we have strict rules governing external paint colours, what we do with our rooms etc. The front door is black and windows are an off white.
The rooms are very comfortable and have modern bathrooms. You can be eco-friendly and comfortable too.
What is the exact name you would like in your stationery?
Pipe Hill House
You'll receive designs for biz cards, letterhead and envelopes.
Will need the logo as a separate item.
What is your industry?
Hospitality, bed and breakfast
Describe the target audience for your stationery
Visitors seeking accommodation in the Lichfield area. This could be business people or private individuals. Mainly from the UK, could be from overseas. Were aiming at business people seeking a comfortable space after a hard days work.
What 3 things would you like to communicate to your audience through your stationery?
Luxury, organic, friendly
Style and Concept
What stationery styles do you like?
What colors do you want to see in your stationery?
Love simple black and white
We've attached some photos of the house. We wondered about a black and white sketch of the house as its very symmetrical. Or some sort of stamp of approval? But hey, I'm not a designer ;)
What colors do you NOT want to see in your stationery?
Yellow, orange, pink, blue, red
What adjectives should best describe your stationery?
Simple, clean, neat, symmetrical
Do you have additional info or links you want to share?
Lichfield where we live - this is the tourist info site http://www.visitlichfield.co.uk/
Do look at the attached photos of the house. Its called 'Pipe Hill' as its on a little hill and the land was once owned by the Pype family nothing to do with chimneys or water pipes!
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