Sustainable garden and interior design inspiration at Sigma Homes Hanlye View

Cameron McPhee of The Conscious Gardening Co. (Image: provided)

The garden is designed to show potential buyers how they can sustainably create an outdoor space that complements the natural world while also being a practical space for families to spend time. It features a flowing gravel path sourced from a local supplier and quarry to reduce your carbon footprint. This leads to enclosed living spaces featuring trees and a garden room. There is an abundance of greenery including native UK trees, and a mix of native plants that reflect the surrounding Sussex countryside. any Goals To create a natural aesthetic that provides a wealth of food and habitat for local wildlife. location Landscapers were also encouraged to salvage dead or felled wood from tree surgery and stack it in a wood pile behind the garden room. This reduces waste created by creating the garden, and it will slowly rot over time to provide a vital habitat for invertebrates and other small creatures.

“Our ethos is to create organic, eco-conscious and eco-friendly garden spaces for our customers to enjoy,” said Cameron McPhee, owner of The Conscious Gardening Co.. We are in a time where it is crucial that we focus on sustainable solutions, including our garden spaces. At Hanlye View, we wanted to show that it is possible to create visually beautiful gardens without an excessive budget and do something for the environment at the same time. Every decision to design the garden has been made with a sustainable future in mind, but also ensuring that it is a functional space that can not only be enjoyed, but can also be easily maintained.

The theme of sustainability is also at the heart of the show home’s interior design The spacious three comprising an open plan lounge, kitchen/diner, master bedroom with en-suite, two further bedrooms and family bathroom with a dedicated 10sqm garden room designed by Bakers of Haywards Heath.

Working to create a sustainable garden at Hanlye View (Image: Supplied)

Working to create a sustainable garden at Hanlye View (Image: Supplied)

The show house was designed by Designs For All Covenants and contains custom pieces including furniture made from Sustainable birch, ash and bamboo. The paint used is entirely water-based and the wallpaper is sourced from FSC certified suppliers and is polymer free. Accessories and soft furnishings have also been carefully selected including picture frames made from Polcore, 70% recycled polystyrene, and eco-friendly and biodegradable seagrass and rattan accessories. The neutral, contemporary look runs throughout the home as taupe, warm orange and wood make up the color palette. The second bedroom is designed as a stylish double bedroom suitable for a teenager or as a guest room, while the third bedroom is designed as a children’s bedroom with modern decor. Bunk bed with top and bottom And study space. Outside, the garden room, supplied by local company Bakers Garden Buildings, features an important work-from-home space.

Prospective buyers and those looking for sustainable inspiration are invited to visit the project 10 am and 5 pm Saturday 23rdResearch and development September to tour the gallery house and garden to see the designs first hand and get inspiration for their new home.

Hanley Show Comprised of 13 contemporary, energy efficient homes, offering prospective buyers a rare opportunity to purchase a new home in this sought-after neighborhood. New trees and hedgerows are being planted as part of the scheme, creating a net gain for biodiversity. The 13 homes will also benefit from electric vehicle charging points and high levels of insulation, to achieve a high EPC-B rating. Prices for a three-bedroom house start from £680,000.

The three and four-bedroom homes range in size from 1,100 to 1,707 square feet and will be move-in ready before the end of September 2023. The development offers the only new homes within walking distance of Cockfield Village Centre. Scenic footpaths can also be accessed from Hanlye View, providing access to the protected ancient woodland.

Sustainable garden sneak peak at Hanlye View (Image: Supplied)

Sustainable garden sneak peak at Hanlye View (Image: Supplied)

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