The tree-lined setting of Taylor Wimpey's new homes at The Parks in Bracknell has inspired a new look for the trio of show homes.
The interior designs were created by Vogue Interiors to complement the surrounding woodlands at The Parks development in Bracknell, Berkshire.
"Vogue Interiors have completely transformed our show homes to reflect the new Woodlands phase of properties now on sale at The Parks," said Tim Betts, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey.
"We would urge anyone who hasn't yet found the home of their dreams to come along and see how the blank canvas of a brand new place lends itself to a fresh start and give themselves the chance to choose amazing interior designs."
Visitors to the two bedroom Greenwich show home will be struck by its refreshingly light and airy feel, with clean aqua and white tones heightening the sense of space. Modern furniture in gloss and leather add sophistication to the relaxed and flexible living environment, which will appeal to first time buyers and younger purchasers seeking a chic and contemporary look.
The Park's three bedroom Petworth show home is designed with busy young professionals in mind. Subtly fusing warm summer tones, the Vogue Interiors design team has created a soft and inviting look counterbalanced by cream, taupe and black, and with hot pinks running through the cushions and accessories.
The bold designs of the Glade show home will appeal to the more mature and sophisticated buyer. Visitors to this four bedroom home will be seduced by its raspberry, plum and black colour scheme and rich fabrics, plus the eye catching and exclusive kitchen with jet black units and American fridge and freezer set against a dramatic wall of red glass.
Vanessa Unger, sales director of Vogue Interiors, said: "Each of the design schemes has its own distinctive character, which has been inspired by nature, the passing seasons and the development's beautiful parkland setting. They are designed to appeal to both the aesthetic and practical aspirations of today's purchasers and their busy lifestyles."
One of the finishing touches is a pop art mural to one of the bedrooms, created by Vogue Interiors artist Carren Moulder.
Located only a mile from Bracknell town centre, the development is well placed for a wide selection of supermarkets and leisure amenities, including Princess Square Shopping Centre, plus a choice of cafes, bars and restaurants.
Local schools have an excellent reputation, and for commuters, the railway station is a mile from the development, offering regular services to London's Waterloo and Paddington in 60 minutes, and Reading in just 20 minutes. The M3 and M4 are accessible via the location's good road links.
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