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Wembley Park rentals embrace autumn/winter 2023 fashion trends

As the fashion world embraces the hues of red and celebrates sustainable designs this autumn, the influence of these trends has seamlessly extended into the world of home rentals in Wembley Park.

Quintain Living, a property management company overseeing more than 3,650 apartments in Wembley, has artfully incorporated these trends into their rental properties.

In a season where fashion icons like Stella McCartney, Nensi Dojaka, Bora Aksu, Bottega Veneta, Alexander McQueen, and Prada have championed the beauty of all things red, Quintain Living has embraced this trend in its apartments. From the inviting 24/7 concierge desk to the lobby walls and post-boxes in Alameda, the scarlet color palette exudes warmth and style.

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Quintain Living’s Alameda entrance lobby at Wembley Park. Image credit: Quintain Living

In the Ferrum apartments, bold red sofas and dining chairs add to the industrial chic decor, creating a cozy atmosphere for residents to enjoy. Meanwhile, those residing in The Robinson can elevate the trend by selecting chili-red kitchens, perfect for cooking up comfort food during chilly autumn evenings.

But the fashion world isn’t limited to just red this season. Creams and yellows, as seen in collections by Tove, Givenchy, Christopher Kane, Zimmermann, and Cecilie Bahnsen, are also making waves.

Quintain Living’s Alto apartments reflect this autumnal trend with off-white kitchens featuring state-of-the-art Siemens appliances and indulgent cream bedroom carpets. These minimalist homes echo the ‘less is more’ philosophy embraced by major fashion houses.

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Kitchen at Quintain Living’s Robinson building at Wembley Park. Image credit: Quintain Living

The autumn/winter 2023 shows emphasised practical, wearable clothes and quiet luxury, trends echoed in Quintain Living’s rental properties. The ease of renting and high-quality furnishings are central to the homes they offer.

Curated furniture collections from John Lewis & Partners, tailored to suit each building’s style, grace these apartments. The move-in process is equally hassle-free, with deposit less renting, transparent fees, flexible renting terms, and utilities ready to go, all bundled into a single, monthly itemized bill.

The Robinson at Wembley Park elevates the atmosphere with a creatively designed super lobby featuring a striking disco ball that adds a touch of charm and ambiance with its shimmering light!

The growing emphasis on sustainability in both the fashion and rental sectors has led to an increased focus on natural, raw materials and finishes. Repton Gardens at Wembley Park exemplifies this trend with a sustainability-focused furniture collection.

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Quintain Living’s Repton Gardens apartment at Wembley Park. Image credit: Quintain Living

Danielle Bayless, Chief Operating Officer of Quintain Living, shared her insights on the properties, stating, “Each of our developments at Wembley Park features bespoke interior design and furnishings, adding character and interest to apartments and shared social spaces alike.

“This autumn, we’re delighted to offer a selection of stylish homes that tune into the latest trends and residents can feel proud to call home.”

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