When you build with Stroud Homes we want to make the process of choosing your colour schemes and interiors as stress-free as possible. Every customer gets a free two hour interior design consultation with every Fully Loaded Inclusions Package!
Taking the guesswork out of interior design
Building a new home involves many decisions. It begins with the choice of land, a suitable home design and your choice of inclusions. And one of the most exciting decisions in the home building experience is designing the interior spaces.
But colour selection can become quite a difficult task. Even though most of us know what we like, it can still be a challenge coming to a firm decision. The range of colours and finishes can be mind-boggling and the well-intentioned advice of friends and family may not always help.
Professional interior design advice – all part of the package
When you choose our standard Fully Loaded inclusions package you get a free two hour consultation with one of our talented Interior Designers. Our designer will work with you to choose a colour scheme that suits your personal taste as well as integrating beautifully with your chosen home design and its surrounding environment. They will guide you through the huge range of choice your have, from carpet to colorbond and everything in between.
Why get professional interior design advice?
Most of us like to feel we have a good grasp of style and colour but designing a complete colour scheme for a new home is much more than picking out some complimentary colours.
It’s all about how these colours come together in the new home to create a specific mood or ambience that is the real art. It’s often only when we sit down with a colour consultant that our eyes open to the possibilities that a professionally designed colour scheme can bring.
Whether you are seeking a timeless colour scheme or the very latest trends it will always be helpful to seek professional design advice.
What your consultant will cover
Your Stroud Homes colour consultant can help you work through the many factors involved in deciding on a winning colour scheme:
- establishing your personal taste in colour
- determining how colour will be influenced by light and shade and home orientation
- the tone or mood you wish to create in different living spaces
- how best to work in with existing furniture or new furniture you plan to buy for your new house
- complementing views from windows and open spaces.