Navy and gold in Faringdon Fields

As part of the Faringdon Fields show complex, we were asked to create a stand-out family home that wouldn’t be forgotten. Using luxe fabrics, bold colours and metallics we designed a show home that is as perfect for entertaining as it for family life.

Located in the rural town of Faringdon and close to Oxford, this show home is very different in style to the show home we created next door which centered around Pantone colour of the year, Greenery.

The designs in this show home are bold and memorable. Golds and brass are used across the house particularly in the lighting which is unique and eye catching.

The living room features a  classic leather Chesterfield which sits against modern wallpaper creating a contemporary look. Abstract canvases and gold wall art give impact as soon as you enter the room.

The dining room is styled for entertaining with rich navy velvet dining tables and stylish tableware.

Upstairs the master bedroom oozes luxury with a beautiful crystal chandelier and upholstered headboard. The two children’s rooms reflect the personality of the potential residents – the girls room is scandi-inspired and dedicated to fashion whilst the boys rom has an industrial edgy feel.

Jennie Rolfe, Marketing Manager at Crest Nicholson, South West region:

“We are delighted with the show home.  It was a complex brief which the team both met and exceeded. We have had great feedback from visitors and the Crest team alike; there are lots of interesting features perfectly targeting the required demographic.

“We had very tight deadlines to meet and had to work very closely with the Edward Thomas Interiors Team who were hard working and flexible in helping us achieve our goals. Any issues were always dealt with the utmost professionalism.

“The two show homes on this site were both had a fantastic finish with a great attention to detail.”















_DS50126webAll images courtesy of Crest Nicholson 

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