The decorative scheme is a tale of two hues, with relaxing denim blue shades paired with white to create a sense of stability and, in recognition of the hospital, references to the medical profession – books and imagery – were included in the downstairs study to appeal to potential customers from the industry.
Layered textiles and mood lighting place a sense of cosy comfort in both the sitting rooms and bedrooms, along with furniture which evoked a modern country style befitting the setting of the development.
In one of the bedrooms, any younger member of the family would appreciate the hand-painted mural of penguins looking after their young, which adds a warm and protective feel.
In the Burford show home, a brighter colour palette was used.
Andrew adds: “The idea was that this might appeal to a younger family who were perhaps moving up from a smaller, three-bedroom house.
“We used accent colours of blush, a soft pink, and ochre which are light, fresh and more modern, with white and blond furniture which is very much in line with the Scandinavian trend we are seeing.”
Parc Ceirw Garden Village will eventually feature 300 two, three and four-bedroom homes as well as plenty of additional facilities and amenities for residents to enjoy. There will be an equipped children’s play area, kickabout area for sports, a dedicated dog-walking area and a circular fitness trail; and a community hub will offer a studio and a gym, and a focal point where villages can socialise together.
It is surrounded by beautiful countryside yet has super road links to the M4 and you’re only five miles from Swansea city centre, making it ideal for commuters.
Homes are currently available priced from £265,000.
For more information about Bluebell Homes’ Parc Ceirw Garden Village or to make an appointment to view the new show homes there, visit www.bluebellhomes.co.uk/parc-ceirw-garden-village.