21st May 2016
Last week saw the official launch of the show unit at Madison Apartments, with a Saturday open-day for prospective buyers, in Fulham, SW6. The launch itself ran from 10am – 2pm, with almost 40 attendees, drinks and canapés.
The show apartment, a striking duplex, with feature double-height ceiling in the main living area and overlooking mezzanine Master Bedroom, provided visitors with a light filled space to act as the main focal point.
Each home at Madison Apartments features an open-plan kitchen/living/dining area, while floor-to-ceiling windows and doors ensure light filled interiors throughout, creating a harmonious living experience. The specification, which exceeds the normal offering for new build homes in Fulham, continues with features including individual wine coolers, thermostatic underfloor heating throughout, recessed energy efficient LED lighting, programmable mood lighting and flush ceiling-mounted Q Acoustics speakers within each apartment. The apartments also benefit from a lift, as well as private off street parking.
Monica Khiroya, product and marketing director at Fruition Properties comments: “We deliberately took a minimalist approach, as we didn’t want to detract from some of the key features of the build itself – such as the double height ceiling in the main living area, which is proving popular with prospective buyers”
A muted colour palette of mostly greys, silvers and beige creates a timeless and elegant look, accented by sleek furniture that provides a contemporary feel. This is complemented by feature wallpaper in the hallway and one of the bedrooms which adds a new dimensions of texture throughout the home. Monica continues “We’re using an increasing amount of glass in our homes, reflected here in the glass feature balustrade in the bedroom and the wall on the staircase which helps to maximise the space.”
To book in to view the show apartment, please register your interest through our developments page, call or email our sales department; 020 3828 0116 or email@example.com.