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‘Monochrome’ Show Home Launched In Cambuslang

Posted 10 August 2021 by Keith Osborne

Miller Homes got experts ENVISION to decorate the new 'Nairn' show house at Newton Fields in a striking style...

Miller Homes has just unveiled its latest show home at its hugely popular Newton Fields development in Cambuslang.

The four-bedroom ‘Nairn’ house type – the first of its kind that the housebuilder has used on one of its schemes in Scotland – is now available to view by appointment and has been styled by renowned interior designer Eileen Kesson of ENVISION.

She said: "This show home is all about monochrome. We've used a mix of black, grey, beige and white to create a neutral and calming ambience. Prospective buyers can see how to combine flexible living with a contemporary style. This design is a great example of what can be achieved with a blank canvas and how using simple yet striking wallpapers, shapes, and colours can create the most effortless home. The design gives a seamless flow throughout and is on trend with abstract touches in the wallpapers and paintings to give a timeless look."

Upon entering the ‘Nairn’, buyers are greeted with a welcoming central hallway leading to the separate lounge. This space boasts an elegant bay window, and the room features a combination of neutral tones to make it the perfect place for the family to unwind.

Sharing the ground floor is a beautifully designed open-plan kitchen/dining/family room where French doors to the garden keep the room light and airy and make outdoor meals a tempting option. The kitchen creates quite an impact, with an abundance of textures to delight in, from the concrete-effect cabinets and warm-toned work surfaces to the Porcelanosa-tiled timber-effect flooring. The black-and-white fabrics, clever lighting, and striking artwork, enhance the room even further, complementing the monochrome theme.

For extra convenience, a dedicated laundry room sits just off the kitchen; plus, there's also handy storage and downstairs WC.

Upstairs, the ‘Nairn’ offers four bedrooms, with the principal bedroom having Art Deco-inspired design features, black wallpaper with eclectic throw pillows and distinctive lighting The room also boasts an en suite, fitted wardrobes and dedicated dressing space. The further three bedrooms are suited to modern family living, having been cleverly designed to showcase the flexibility of the home without compromising on space. The monochrome palette continues in the other bedrooms, with subtle colours incorporated in each room to enhance the home's overall feel. Bold wallpapers have been cleverly used to create a striking impact without dominating the overall space.

Located in the charming town of Cambuslang, buyers can enjoy a rural setting, within easy access to Glasgow city centre and the wider Central Belt. With the M74 a short drive from the development, Newton train station just a 20-minute walk away, and plenty of schools and local amenities nearby, it's easy to see why this area of South Lanarkshire is so popular with house-hunters.

Find out more about Newton Fields from Miller Homes.


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