Fulton Steamboat Inn
This unique lodging facility, in Lancaster’s most heavily traveled tourism area, needed to update guest rooms and interior corridors to reinforce the nautical riverboat design of the building and common areas. Our interior design improvements needed to reflect the luxury of the classic steamboats of the Victorian and early 20th Century eras, without being cost-prohibitive for the owners or impractical for today’s travelers.
The newly renovated reading and work station area off the guest corridor looks as if it was preserved from the time when Mark Twain was alive. The furniture, tile, wall coverings, and draperies are new, but keep with the timeless theme of the inn, and were selected to work with the existing carpet.
Every aspect of this guest room wing corridor - the chandeliers, wall sconces, wall coverings, and draperies are new, but keep with the timeless theme of the inn, and were selected to work with the existing carpet.
The guest room showers originally installed in the 1980s had become outdated and were in poor condition. They are now replaced with beautiful, new tile inlay walls, high quality fixtures, glass doors to give a more spacious feel to the bathrooms, and built-in shower shelves for guest convenience. Color schemes reflect the richness of the old-world character of the inn.