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Show Home Room By Room: Gateford Park, Worksop

Posted 17 October 2022 by Keith Osborne

Jones Homes has recently unveiled a new show home at its Gateford Park development in Gateford, Worksop...

Jones Homes has recently unveiled a new show home at its Gateford Park development in Gateford, Worksop.

The four-bedroom ‘Banbury’ show house has been designed to allow visitors to imagine themselves living in a new home here. It is one of 12 house types being built at Gateford Park, where Jones Homes is delivering a range of four- and five-bedroom home designs.

Jayne Swift, sales and marketing director for Jones Homes Yorkshire, said: “We are delighted with the styling of the ‘Banbury’ show home, which has been expertly designed by interior designers, Clayton & Company. The home provides warmth and comfort, with cool tones providing freshness and energy.

“The designers have done a fantastic job in creating a sophisticated yet welcoming interior, allowing potential buyers to really immerse themselves and picture living in what could be their next home.

 “We asked for this home to be tailored to those who were looking for ultimate style and comfort, but still wanting a modern contemporary feel. It was important to us that the home reflected an aspirational interior, yet still an achievable lifestyle.”


‘Banbury’ show house“A contemporary kitchen style was recommended, as the designers felt this worked best with the rest of the home. The soft light grey door fronts are simple and sleek, and the high gloss finish reflects light around the room, as do the light quartz worktops.”

Dining area

‘Banbury’ show house“Pink and gold accents really lend themselves to a luxurious, opulent style and provide a touch of class and elegance to any space, as reflected in this dining area. These were chosen to use throughout the house not only to create a cohesive flow from room to room, but also to showcase how luxury living can be achieved by simply using small amounts of accent colours throughout a home.”

Living room

‘Banbury’ show house“Cool tones evoke feelings of calm and relaxation in this living room design. We believe a living room should be a place to unwind with family and friends and be a place to calm emotions and focus thoughts. The cool dusty blue for the main paint colour is paired with a warm/cool-toned feature wallpaper to balance the space and provide a subtle impact upon entry to the room.

“To keep a cohesive luxurious feel throughout the home, gold accents and neutral soft furnishings ensure the space was aspirational. The cushions on the sofa pick out the colours of the wallpaper and provide the cool side of the room with an injection of warmth.”

Master bedroom

‘Banbury’ show house“The master bedroom needed to exude luxury and glamour, whilst remaining easily replicable by buyers. The neutral/gold/pink colour palette appealed, as gold accents work excellently to provide an opulent touch. You can see how subtly they are used in the light fitting, wallpaper, chest handles, light shades, and wardrobe doors. The pink and neutral tones make the room feel warm and relaxing, and work well in a glamorous scheme.

“The bespoke fluted headboard is tall enough to make a real impact. This was paired with two large chests of drawers for bedsides, which shows how large the room really is and gives it a truly grand identity.”

Twin room

‘Banbury’ show house“This bedroom was designed for twins who are around the age of five to eight years. We wanted to create something memorable and fun, whilst remaining a lovely space to rest after a long day at school. To achieve this, the designers chose a unique dog-themed hot air balloon wallpaper, which was a starting point for the colour palette in the room. Using fluted upholstered headboards to reflect clouds, and soft patterned cushions, the twin beds give a soft warm welcoming feel to the space.

“To utilise the wall space, a large bespoke chalkboard displays creative doodles, leaving a lasting impression on little visitors!”

Guest bedroom

‘Banbury’ show houseThe guest bedroom reflects more of a versatile palette, bringing in blues and dark brass tones in the finishing touches. A guest bedroom should appeal to many, as no two guests are the same.”

Teenager’s bedroom

‘Banbury’ show house“Our inspiration behind this bedroom was a young teenager who is fascinated with science and loves learning all things physics at school. The starting point was to select a wallpaper that really reflected the kind of sketches they may do in their notebook, and we feel the chosen design works perfectly. Floating bedsides and cordless wall lamps give the room a modern feel, alongside an upholstered headboard for comfort, which is always key.”

Rosie Crane, marketing manager at Clayton & Company said: “Designing a Jones Home show home is always a pleasure because their homes are such a great product to work with. The site team are always fully prepared for our arrival and on hand to help in any way needed. We are delighted that Jones Homes are pleased with the end result at Gateford Park.”

There is currently a selection of four- and five-bedroom homes available at Gateford Park with prices ranging from £345,995 to £475,995. Find out more at jones-homes.co.uk.


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