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8th April 2016

Lincolnshire countryside inspires design of new Alford showhome

The countryside surrounding Alford has inspired the interior design of a new showhome at a development in the town.


The three-bedroom Kempton showhome at Willoughby Chase, off Willoughby Road, has been styled and decorated throughout to inspire visitors to the development.


We, the developer building Willoughby Chase, called upon the expertise of Zoe Clark of interior design firm Killer5 to give the showhome an impressive look.


Zoe said she had been influenced by the views of rolling countryside which she saw while en route to the development when putting together the looks for the property.


She said: “I was inspired by the drive to Alford – the surroundings I saw as I headed toward the town were gorgeous, the countryside is beautiful.


“It inspired me to create a scheme within the showhome which took inspiration from nature, so I’ve included leaf imprint wall paper, stem and branch designs on the walls. The design is perfect for spring and feels quite fresh.


“I designed the look for the showhome with a young family in mind, so there’s an impressive master bedroom and a more formal second bedroom which was designed as a guest room, while the third bedroom is for a little girl.”


Zoe chose a selection of white furniture to give the property a light and airy feel, while being mindful of the need to create a comfortable home suitable for all of the family.


She said: “When people walk into the showhome it will feel fresh, but still cosy and homely.


“The overall effect is quite grand, particularly with the addition of some pieces of ornate furniture. It feels inviting and snug, while the light colours throughout give a fresh, clean look and feel.”


There’s a selection of two and three-bedroom homes currently available at Willoughby Chase, priced from £130,950.


Visitors can take a look around the new showhome between 10.30am and 5.30pm daily.

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