Join us this weekend to view our 2 new Showhomes!

Date: 21st & 22nd October

Time: 10am – 4:30pm

Locations: Boreatton Fields, Baschuch, SY4 2BG and Fernhill Grange, Gobowen, SY11 3PP

Shingler Homes new Showhome at Boreatton Fields is themed around being environmentally conscious and includes sustainable materials and products. It incorporates elements of upcycling, recycled fabrics, and eco-friendly features. Our Interior Designer, Stanza Style, sourced each product with this brief in mind, to ensure that the Showhome was as sustainable as possible. Read on to discover the products in each room:

Shingler homes are proud to include a range of energy efficient features across all their Boreatton Fields homes, such as an Air Source Heat Pump, solar panels, underfloor heating to ground floor and electric car chargers included as standard.


  • Curtains made from 100% recycled cotton.
  • Sofa & Armchair made from eco-velvet 100% recycled polyester pile.
  • Woven throw – made from 100% recycled plastic bottles Recycled plastic can reduce waste going to landfill and help conserve crude oil reserves. Recycled plastic reduces the carbon footprint associated with the manufacturing phase when compared with virgin plastic.
  • Natural Jute Rug and Jute Pouffe- Jute fibre is 100% bio-degradable and recyclable and thus environmentally friendly. A hectare of jute plants consumes about 15 tonnes of carbon dioxide and releases 11 tonnes of oxygen. Cultivating jute in crop rotations enriches the fertility of the soil for the next crop.

Utility Area:

  • Ceiling light made from natural seagrass.
  • Eco friendly laundry/cleaning products.


  • Dining table is made from reclaimed wood – Reclaim nation also promise that each order makes donations for sustainable charities and helps plant trees.
  • Floor lamp has a natural seagrass shade
  • Ceiling Light is a handmade natural linen fabric
  • Coconut bowls and Acacia plates
  • Tablecloth which is sustainable cotton and jute
  • Wine glasses from NKUKU hammered recycled glass Recycled glass can reduce waste going to landfill and help the movement towards a more circular economy. Using recycled glass saves energy during the production stage when compared with virgin glass.

Bathroom & En-suite

  • George Bamboo towels – MADE IN GREEN – sustainably made in worker-friendly conditions and without using harmful chemicals. 70% Cotton & 30% Bamboo products. By choosing their cotton products, you’re supporting their investment in Better Cotton’s mission.
  • Recycled glass soap dispensers
  • Olive wood soap dish and Bamboo soap dispenser

Master Bedroom:

  • Lamps made from recycled glass.
  • Use of sustainable/eco-friendly bedding
  • Rattan dressing stool – Rattan can be fully grown and harvested within two years, compared to some hardwoods which take up to 20-30 years. Therefore, rattan is a completely sustainable product that is environmentally friendly.
  • Sedge Mirror above dressing table.

Bedroom 2:

  • Rug hung on wall made from recycled leather.
  • Bamboo bread bins have been upcycled to create bedside tables.
  • Voile Curtains – This collection is verified by OEKO-TEX® and independently tested for harmful substances as well as manufactured using sustainable processes under socially responsible working conditions. 67% recycled Polyester
  • Throw -Tartan Company – recycled wool blanket saves an average of six garments from landfill. They call this turning pre-loved into re-loved. Woven with their partner mill in India and made from 70% recycled wool and 30% recycled fibres, it’s a blanket that’s as good for the planet as it is for you.
  • Rattan Headboard
  • Sustainable Teak wood Wardrobe

Bedroom 3/Craft Room:

  • Desk made from FSC Wood.
  • Desk chair was bought from a charity shop and has been upcycled.
  • Easel bought from a car boot sale. Reusing products instead of waste.
  • Handmade artwork and pottery by Stanza Style
  • Shelves made from an old dining table.