Discover your style with the Henley Visualiser

1st November 2017

Design Tips & Tricks

Imagine if you could see all of your colour selections together, before making your final choices? Well, let technology lead the way by viewing your internal and external selections in virtual reality with our brand new Henley Visualiser technology!

Your design, your selections

Available through the Henley website, and in our Henley Design showroom, you can now browse our entire colour selection portfolio to customise facades and internal rooms to a style that is genuinely you!

From the hallway flooring, to the kitchen benchtop, bedroom wall paint and everything in between, you can now immerse yourself inside your new home and see how it will look and feel before making your final choices. Create your own street appeal by mixing and matching façade materials online, in real time, day or night, from the comfort of your own home!

Shortlist and share

Not sure of your choices? Or so in love with them that you want to share them with everyone around you? You can email your finished image and list of selections to yourself, friends or family to share your new home inspiration. Bring along your Visualiser summary to your Selections Appointment to help save you time and give our qualified Interior Designers a deeper understanding of your style. They can then assist with refining your selections or help to recommend alternatives, while giving you confidence that they understand your style, choices and inspiration.

 

With 17 facades and 7 internal rooms to choose from, start tailoring your dream Henley home.

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