The show home features a bedroom designed with a style-conscious 20-something with floral digital wallpaper

STYLED with accents of navy and ochre, a new show home in Worcester demonstrates how a little colour can brighten up your home.

Elan Homes enlisted Edward Thomas Interiors to  dress the five-bedroom Kelsall Special to showcase the large and luxurious properties at its Stableford development.

Erica Lee, from Edward Thomas Interiors, explains: “The Kelsall Special is an aspirational property and we’ve imagined a family with older children living here. With this mind we’ve used a colour palette of a soft base of ivory tones with navy and ochre accents for a splash of colour. Metallic silver wallpapers, plus chrome and glass lights and furniture, add a touch of glamour in this light, bright and comfortable home. To help emphasise just how spacious this home is, we’ve placed a piano in the hallway.”

At the heart of the Kelsall Special is the combined kitchen, dining area and family room with adjoining utility. This sociable space has been furnished with a table set for six and comfortable oversized three-seater sofa.

In the separate lounge, navy and ochre cushions add a pop of colour on the neutral sofas, with a statement wing-backed chair adding further colour.

Both the lounge and family area benefit from French doors, offering lots of natural light and easy access to the garden.

There’s also a dedicated dining room with floral print feature wallpaper and, again, a table set for six.

Upstairs, the master bedroom and en-suite sits above the garage. The bed sits in front of a navy and metallic palm print feature wallpaper, with a velvet throw and lots of cushions adding to the glamorous feel of this room.

The guest bedroom has more muted tones. Grey wooden furniture, grey headboard and curtains create a sense of calm and tranquillity in this room.

“We recognise that buying a home, particularly for those with older children, is often a family decision and so we’ve tried to reflect this in how we’ve dressed the show home,” Erica adds.

“For example, we’ve imagined that there’s a style-conscious 20-something living with her parents. We’ve styled “her” bedroom with a Ted Baker theme with floral digital wallpaper, modern white bedsides and dressing table, statement dressing stool, plus fashion and make-up accessories.

“There’s also a teenage boys room with a rowing theme, including a bespoke designed headboard made from oars with furniture to fit with this theme.”

The final bedroom is designed as the bedroom of a Worcester College student, styled in subtle shades of grey with navy soft furnishings.

Current availability at Stableford includes three, four and five-bedroom homes, with prices from £295,995 to £510,000.

Many of the properties at Stableford enjoy an open aspect with unrivalled views across Worcester.

Close to the city centre, including Worcestershire Royal Hospital, the homes also benefit from good local schools and easy access to the M5.

For more information about the homes available at Stableford, see the website or call 01905885391.