The Lynwood House show apartment generated keen interest from the local community ensuring early occupation of this outstanding flagship development of 34 luxury apartments.
Clad in stone and sitting comfortably within its natural surroundings, the rustic contemporary theme of the architecture is reflected in the selection of warm earthy colours, natural wool carpets and solid timber furniture with simple lines. Highlights of fresh spring green are used in the open plan living area, linking the interior to the leafy outdoors. Perforated metallic bronze pendant lights throw shapes of light and shadow onto the walls reminiscent of light breaking through leaves in a shady wood. The metallic bronze theme is carried through into the feature wallcovering adding a subtly sparkling earthy depth to the room.
Cosy tones of warm grey used with bright pink highlights in embroidered cushions and natural linen roman blinds in the master bedroom bring a luxurious feel together with a quilted velvet bedcover and a large suede fabric buttoned headboard for a dramatic focal point.
Space is maximised to the full in the second bedroom, demonstrating clever use of the space as guest bedroom and study. A deep aubergine accent colour is used in luxurious furnishings such as the suede headboard, satin bedcover and embroidered cushions creating impact and interest.