Luxury Homes with Vicaima's Exclusive Doors

Luxury Homes with Vicaima's Exclusive Doors

Located in one of north London’s most desirable and accessible boroughs, Bayview House in Enfield is the epitome of modern living. This exclusive collection of luxury apartments boasts generously proportioned, light-filled rooms, state of the art technology, bespoke kitchens and the very best in fixtures, fittings and finishing touches including Murano glass, Porcelanosa tiles and walnut finishes.

Bayview House provides elegant country living on the edge of the city. All apartments have either a private terrace or access to private gardens created by RHS Gold Medal winning designer, Anoushka Feile.

Developers, the Yogo Group, create luxury homes with timeless interiors. Environmental considerations are also high on their agenda. Vicaima’s Exclusive range of doors met both their requirements as this stunning range is also FSC certified. Yogo chose Vicaima’s Exclusive inlay doors in horizontal walnut veneer, with chrome door furniture.

Barry Waddell, sales director for Vicaima, says: ‘These doors really do make a statement wherever they are used. They are designed to stand out from the crowd with their grain direction, marquetry effects and inlays. They look superb in this setting.’ In addition to their stunning good looks, the Exclusive range also offers performance options, including fire protection and the doors used at Bayview are all FD30 rated.

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