The Post House Stafford


Restaurant, Bar, and Club


  • Stylish unique design for all levels of the business
  • POS
  • Signage Design
  • Graphics throughout

“Amaze Creative gave me an absolutely stunning website, much cheaper than anyone else I found. They know exactly how to keep up with the times in the web world. Thanks so much!”

Hilary Foster





Chetwynd House became Stafford’s General Post Office in 1914. Despite this, this handsome red-brick house built in 1746 by William Chetwynd of Brocton still maintains many of its original features including some fine oak panelling.
It was sold in the 1780s to William Horton, a local shoe manufacturer, and whilst he lived there his friend Richard Brinsley Sheridan (playwright, and M.P. for Stafford, 1780 – 1807) was a regular visitor, staying there whilst on political business in the Borough.

The Post Office closed this building in 2008, however now it is opened to the public once more as The Post House.



The Task

To design three websites for the three different areas of the PostHouse venue, Red Bar and club, Pillar Restaurant, and the bistro  with different look and feel.

To design and produce signage for the external and internal signage including design a unique toilet signs, and navigation through the venue.

To design posters to promote a verity of events though the different areas of the business.


Our Response

Web Site

The Post House Website is a tailor-made creation, with four distinct areas of the website. Each was created to a specific design brief – they needed to evoke the look and feel of the building, but keep the overall feel of the entire website intact. We were happy to work closely with them and to their design briefs, delivering a number of designs and making a number ofamendments.


When we talked to The Post House about Signs and Signage, we were asked to take into consideration that most of the building was in fact a listed building. We worked closely with the Architect during this time and came up with a number of designs that would be acceptable.

After consulting with the client, we finalised these designs and fitted the signs shortly before opening to a tight schedule.