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Why do I need a Show Home?

The NHBC (National House Building Council) statistics show that on average in the UK 15,500 applications are made to start building new homes every month. So how are you going to make sure your development is eye catching, original and inspirational?

It is no secret among the largest & most successful developers that to create a spectacular show home is a vital part of their success in selling large volumes of flats in complexes as fast as possible. A show home will demonstrate exactly how good these empty shells can look once lived in, and will create the dream lifestyle for new home seekers to buy into.

Show home units will frequently be among the first to sell and are often sold fully furnished as seen, even though there are other identical units within the block.


It is a fact that most people will readily buy into the lifestyle created by a show home, therefor your chances of selling faster and for more money are increased if you have a show home.

It is also a fact that small properties and small rooms actually look bigger when skilfully furnished and dressed.

Whether you are a developer working on a large complex, a small block or simply a single house or flat, we at Show Home Designers know exactly what to do to create that really special show home to ‘wow’ your potential purchasers into making those all-important decisions to buy.

We offer a completely bespoke service where we will hire out furniture to fit the exact needs of your property and target market; in many cases shopping exclusively for the property to ensure the result is nothing less than perfect on completion of our work.

You may hire or purchase the furniture we provide and we can arrange everything from window dressing & floor coverings to replica plasma screens, computers and audio equipment.


We use the highest quality of furniture and accessories to ensure your property really stands out above all others, and we are here to help in every way we can to make your show home look exceptional.

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