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Posted October 23, 2019

This beautifully appointed showhome in Prestons Park subdivision, north Christchurch is worth a peek - especially if you're in the market to build or herringbone dreams are bouncing around your head.

As you walk in the door you're met by a floor that cannot be done justice by photos alone. The herringbone is a luxury vinyl plank from Robert Malcolm and perfectly adds to this architecturally designed home, opened to the public in late September 2019.

      
Entrance way: Robert Malcolm Moduleo Moods in colour Blackjack laid in a herringbone pattern.

Moduleo Moods is a superb collection gaining traction because of the range of possibilities it brings to flooring. In this case the medium plank has been installed in a herringbone pattern that elegantly warms the simply stunning white kitchen and walls that reach to a 2.7 metre stud. The colour Blackjack is the often searched for balance of warm and cool natural tones which leaves it open to a multitude of interior design options. 

    
Kitchen: The kitchen also features the herringbone that flows throughout the spacious entry and kitchen areas. 

Luxury vinyl planks can be an economical and practical alternative to timber flooring as the super tough wear layer makes it hard wearing for families on the go. 

    
Lounge: Pleasant Point in colour Harbour.

Pleasant Point carpet runs throughout the living areas and bedrooms. This 48 ounce extra heavy duty solution dyed nylon is suitable for any area and with it's hard wearing twisted fibre it will stand up  well in high traffic areas like doorways and halls. Harbour is a warm charcoal and is super popular. This top selling, quality and affordable carpet option elegantly anchors the exquisite architectural and interior features around it in this Homes by Maxim home.

    

The rooms throughout are framed by floor to ceiling windows that look out into delightfully secluded courtyards, highlighting the gorgeous exterior features that add to the spacious feeling throughout. Pleasant Point wasn't just chosen for the beautiful colour, but also for the fade resistant properties of solution dyed nylon. With sun streaming in solution dyed nylon is known for it's fade resistance and therefore will maintain it's colour for many years to come. 

    



Building or thinking of installing some new flooring - you can start your search online or pop into a showroom to start your search today! Keen to check out this stunning showhome built by Homes by Maxim? You can find more details here: http://homesbymaxim.co.nz/showhomes-prestons-park/

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