Looking for the perfect design for your home? With many redesign spaces for your home, Trading Depot offer a variety of products to match your personal design. Recently a new series has been released on BBC2, offering help to bring the perfect design to your home.
BBC2’s Series ‘Your Home Made Perfect’ is a property and makeover series with two innovative architects, Laura Jane Clark and Robert Jamison, transform many homes into extraordinary designs. Each episode will feature a couple deciding on the perfect option for their home design through Virtual Reality and Visual Effects. The new series will enable couples to visualise their future home design, before building it in reality.
In a recent episode of the new BBC2 series ‘Your Home Made Perfect’, a couple had chosen to add Franke products to add to their home design. The Bedfordshire Couples design included the choice of two Franke Sirius Sinks and a Neptune Tap to match their personal space. Franke’s products are one of the perfect additions with a wide range of sinks and taps available, offering quality design features for your home interior.
The couple decided on the perfect design feature for adding to their cramped kitchen space. The final decision made, included the couple deciding on two single bowl Franke Sirius SID 110-50 Tectonite Sinks and Neptune Swivel Tap. The addition of the Franke sinks and tap was the perfect addition for their personal design, perfectly matching the décor of your home.
Franke’s Communications Manager, Jeanette Ward, happily shows how she felt about the couples choice when they decided on Franke’s products. With excitement she said: “We are delighted Suzanne and Danny opted to use our Sirius sinks and Neptune tap for their stunning new kitchen. We’ve also been excited to see the use of virtual reality in ‘Your Home Made Perfect’, a technology which is sure to become a strong sales tool in the kitchen and bathroom industry. Not only does virtual reality enable customers to see architect’s drawings in 3D, but it enables users to stand in and walk through potential designs to help them decide on every detail of the project – from fittings to furniture.”