Pathfinder Homes introduces its new Silverton layout
The new Pathfinder Silverton’s layout is semi open-plan. It has a breakfast bar forming a barrier that gives the kitchen a separate feel.
The breakfast bar is like the ‘pass’ between the tables and the kitchen in a restaurant. You can imagine placing plates of food for a party here en route to the large dining table.
The style of the Silverton mixes industrial design with natural elements. Its style has country character. The designers used Bamboo veneer for kitchen surfaces and shelving. It’s an unusual, ultra-smooth surface. Even the taps are worthy of comment; they’re matt grey.
Two gorgeous distressed leather sofas exemplify the country character of the Silverton. Matt dark grey kitchen half-walls make a real style statement.
The flooring throughout is natural wood. The Silverton is spacious everywhere and has three Velux roof lights.
The main bedroom has a fantastic headboard made of woven leather on a timber frame. The twin room is also very spacious. It sticks to the wood-décor theme for its furniture and even for the Venetian blinds.
The Silverton is a holiday lodge but built to residential standards.
The Pathfinder View gets a new look for 2019, characterised by all-white walls and lots of windows. It has an open-plan layout. There are curtains of woollen fabric in a plaid-inspired pattern, injecting a warm look.
The colour theme elsewhere is fresh and cool, with a big pale turquoise rug. Wooden floors look modern.
The View has a spacious hallway with a large cupboard. There are two bedrooms (one double, one twin) and a large bathroom with over-bath shower.
Designed for affordability, the View has simple styling which you can upgrade.
Styling in the Retreat is on a country lodge theme. It features a brick fireplace interior and a pale green chimney breast. A feature wood beam runs across the lounge and dining area. On it are bold, metal panels to link the wooden sections. They create a suggestion of industrial design.
The same styling carries through to the kitchen. A prominent triple light in a glass case hangs over the breakfast bar.
A Belfast sink and shaker style units are features of the galley-shaped kitchen.
Hallway practicalities are coat hook and somewhere to take off shoes.
Both bedrooms are large, and with fantastic bedhead walls of rustic, hewn wood. The main bedroom has a massive ensuite with wood effect tiling – and a raised shower area.