Tylman Place by Bellway – Show Home Room by Room

Posted 24 July 2019 by Helen Christie

WhatHouse? takes a closer look at the interior of the Apollo show home at Bellway's Tylman Place in Faversham, Kent...

A show home that takes its inspiration from the surrounding landscape has opened at Bellway’s Tylman Place development in Faversham, Kent.

Sandy shades and washed out blues add a subtle seaside vibe to the Apollo show home, which is entirely appropriate as it’s just a few miles to the north Kent coast. This delicate colour palette brings the tranquillity of the natural world inside, to create a peaceful and relaxing family home.

Situated on the edge of Faversham, claimed to be Kent’s oldest market town, the new homes at Tylman Place have been designed to appeal to first-time buyers, families and downsizers alike. The Apollo has been furnished and fitted out with a young family in mind.

Mark Harrop, sales director for Bellway Kent, says: “Tylman Place enjoys a fantastic location, just a few miles from the north Kent coast and a short distance from the centre of historic Faversham.

“Our expert team of interior designers have done us proud with the beautiful interior of this show home, which really does its surroundings justice.”

Tylman Place (Bellway)Kitchen / Dining: A wooden dining table is the focal point of the kitchen/dining room, lit from above by an industrial-style light fitting in glass and metal. An attractive box bay window captures the natural light flooding the room and is appealing decked out with a window seat cushion in pastel blue. Blue greys and taupe shades complement the white Shaker-style kitchen cabinets.





Tylman Place (Bellway)Living Room: The colour palette continues through into the living room, where natural shades combined with bold abstract prints create a relaxing yet sophisticated feel. White drapes frame the French doors to the garden, maximising the feeling of light and space, while dark wood furniture and metallic accessories provide contrast and definition.





Tylman Place (Bellway)Master Bedroom: The master bedroom is a peaceful and cosy haven, enhanced by fabrics and soft furnishings in calming shades that reflect the theme of the rest of the home. This is further complemented by a feature wall papered with a textured design, marquetry-effect bedside tables and the organic forms of the bedside lamps. A dark wood dressing table and black framed mirror add to the tranquil spa feel.





Tylman Place (Bellway)Child’s Bedroom: A colourful harbour front forms a charming mural across one entire wall of the child’s bedroom in the showhome. Soft furnishings in shades of blue, including a bunting-style duvet cover on the cabin bed, add to the summer seaside feeling. Fun accessories include a cute wooden market stall in pastel blue with a cheerful striped awning.





There’s a choice of two-bedroom apartments and three- and four-bedroom houses currently available to reserve at Tylman Place, with prices starting from £199,995.

More information about the new homes can be found at bellway.co.uk


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