Sneak Peak

Who doesn’t love a good nosey? Here we have my favourite property snippets from homes coming to market this month, from the modern to classic styles, there really is something for everyone.


Recently we all have a growing desire to be closer with nature this could be due to the ‘Pantone Colour of the Year 2017’. You’ll be seeing far more nature inside and out of our homes, in the form of both colours and textures.


Rockvale Cottage, Bridge of Weir – This kitchen is set in the newly renovated beauty that is Rockvale. It is the picturesque window and pale wood floors that gives the illusion you are surrounded by nature in this home. Dreamy. 

When it comes to the materials in style for Summer 17.  The pairing of metals with raw, natural materials such as wood creates aesthetics with relaxed edges with a touch to industrialism. This subtle mix can work in any room throughout the home.



Murchison Road, Houston – The bathroom in this property is really hitting the nail on the head for material styles.

I love the latest trend of designing your home to create an upbeat atmosphere, using bright and happy colours in a neutral setting. As I think people are becoming more colour accepting you’ll see this in more and more homes, from brightly coloured cushions to pretty pink flamingos.


Dunvegan Avenue, Elderslie – I love this versatile aspect of this room, keeping the wall and furniture colours subtle while adding your colour in soft furnishings is a quick and easy way of brightening up a room for a happy home.

Earthy colours are set to become very popular in 2017: powdery pink, rust and olive greens. They provide a great way to introduce subtle colour, so they work brilliantly in minimalist settings.

room pink


Lawmarnock House, Bridge of Weir – A quirky house in a quirky setting, I love the colours in this room, the earthy calm setting creates the ideal study space.



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