The Chelmsford Collection
Chelmsford is named as Caesaromagus or ‘market-place of Caesar,’ bestowing it the incredible privilege of bearing the name of Caesar. The city’s heritage started up with the arrival of the Romans in 60 AD. With expansive panoramas, massive open skies, and far-reaching scenery over the countryside, this Essex garden provides somewhere to watch the changing seasons and get closer to nature.
The Chelmsford collection gives tribute to the city’s rich heritage which has remnants of old Roman and medieval era. Traditional style chandeliers of steel structures and brushed nickel finish are flawless, as they are designed by masters of illumination.