Living in the city, it can be difficult to feel close to nature. However, residents at MeadowSide have the luxury of being within the city buzz, whilst also having Manchester city centre’s largest green space on their doorstep. Being surrounded by nature can be beneficial to our health and wellbeing, and Angel Meadow Park is an inner-city haven for exercise and dog walking, along with being the home to a regular schedule of social and wellbeing events.
The townhouses at Mount Yard look out onto the tree-lined space on the edge of the city centre, and this was a huge source of inspiration for Lauren Maylor, Design Director at Project Studio: “nature plays a role within the interior, and we have added large plants to bring life to the space … [and] beautiful pops of colour, that pull the outside in”.
Drawing influence on the theme of nature, the designers selected warm oak furniture in the living room, with a large dining table sitting centrally in the space, contrasted with the forest greens of the corner sofa and dining room chairs.
When designing the bedrooms, the team at Project FF&E decided to dress the rooms individually to compliment the ground floor design. Lauren advised that the primary focus of the master bedroom is the beautiful rattan headboard, and the room is tied together by the feature wicker wingback chair and softened by a faux fur throw.
The 2nd and 3rd bedrooms were designed in a contemporary style with pops of colour and warm lighting, to continue to create the feel of bringing the outdoors in, and both rooms feature work from home spaces overlooking the park.
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