New look for two Omar park homes
Omar’s Middleton and Sandringham park homes both have new interior designs for 2019.
The Sandringham park home
The Sandringham park home’s angled bay windows catch the eye immediately; one is further forward than the other, creating an interesting front line.
When you step inside, you realise this shape gives enormous character to the L-shaped lounge and dining room, which flow into one another, yet feel separate areas. The bay window further forward is in the dining area, giving it more space.
Pale turquoise is the colour theme for the new Sandringham; that’s the colour of the three-piece suite.
Three swirl design ceiling lights each have five globes made of fine metal mesh containing bright LEDs. Stunning!
Grey ripple effect tiles distinguish the kitchen, which has a utility nook leading to the rear door.
Turquoise makes an appearance here in a Roman blind over the large kitchen window.
The same colour, in a paler shade, trims the main bedroom, in an upholstered frame for the bedhead and the curtains for the floor-to-ceiling bay window. A walk-through wardrobe area leads to the shower en suite room.
The Sandringham’s study has a large desk that spans two walls. Turquoise is, here again, darker this time, for the Roman blind.
Its second bedroom has pale mauve as the accent shade — and a surprise feature for a second bedroom: an angled door leads into a huge walk-in wardrobe.
The Middleton park home
The new Middleton park home has some unusual colours (green and pink) — and a unique layout, too. You walk straight from the hall into the spacious utility room, with a sink washing machine and lots of cabinets.
A right turn takes you into the galley kitchen where dark grey-blue tiles are a feature. The most cabinet space is here, finished in matt white with plain steel handles; distinctively modern.
The lounge-dining room is L-shaped, with three sizeable cylindrical pendant lights and a cream fireplace with a white rock effect fireplace to get your attention. This room has a cosy, traditional feel.
Design features to get your attention in the new Middleton are in the bathroom and bedrooms. The bathroom has distinctive green tiles and excellent circular mirror framed by a painted leave pattern.
Its tiles in the main bedroom’s en suite are an unusual shade, too — blush pink, with curtains, bedhead and cushions to match.
The accent colour in the second bedroom is pale sage green — and it’s lovely, soft and classical. There’s a study, too, with three drawers a cabinet and shelves and plenty of desk space.
Find out more on the Omar website here: www.omar.co.uk