Last Updated: 30/01/2017
Tags: Bring Some Winning Design Glamour Into Your Homes Interior
If you’ve been following this year’s The Great Interior Design Challenge on BBC2 you would know that Daniel Hopwood won due to her ability to push the boundaries by creating her own unique interior designs.
Daniel demonstrated an ability throughout the series to understand her customers needs and likes and then adapting this to fit her own unique style for their homes. She had the creative talent to bring glamour into every room, whether it was through her use of LED lighting or through her choice of furniture.
If you would like to bring a bit of Daniel’s glamour into your home’s interior then why not consider her use of curtained walling, using LED lighting. This can make a large expanse of walling feel softer, instantly giving a room a sense of evening prestige. Daniel also used other forms of effects on walls, from soft paint colours to wooden paneling. Her fabric hanging pendent light in the bedroom gave the room a feeling of opulence. The bronze mirrors she used on the kitchen cabinets worked beautifully in the final as they reflected the softer wood material used on the floor. Selecting key pieces of furniture and thinking about redesigning room layouts was also part of her winning formula.
If you would like to buy a house which has been beautifully designed then Hawes & Co Surbiton has this stunning four bedroom family home for sale. It’s located in a sought after residential area with a 117' South Facing Garden. The property is arranged over 2 floors and offers the potential to be extended (STP). The property benefits from a double reception room with Bi-Fold doors, a recently fitted kitchen and 2 further reception rooms. Further benefits include a downstairs W.C and an En-Suite shower room to the master bedroom. Situated within walking distance to Surbiton mainline station with its fast link into Waterloo and within easy reach of highly regarded local schools. No onward chain.EPC GRADE-D. £1,250,000.
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