House of Joinery, Blackrock

McNally Joinery had the pleasure of manufacturing and installing a house of joinery for a beautiful new build in Blackrock. We supplied and fitted; front doors and screen, main staircase, attic staircase and handrail surround, internal attic window, internal double doors and fanlight, internal doors and screens, door frames, sliding wardrobe and bathroom pocket doors, architraves, skirting, external double doors for the ‘outhouse’ and side gates.


Designer taste and class are not lacking in this house. It is clearly a high end, high specification house with a real quality finish for all elements including the joinery. The staircase is a simple, clean lines staircase with European Oak treads, handrail, newel caps and white risers, balusters and newel posts. The front doors are beautifully designed and at 2.6m high make a fabulous entrance feature with the farrow and ball colour adding to the warm tones of the surrounding brick. The internal joinery was designed to suit the functionality of each room with sliding pocket doors for walk-in wardrobes/bathrooms, glass shaker style doors for living areas and flush doors for bedrooms.

This client benefitted from using McNally Joinery as a single provider for all the internal joinery, external doors and side gates. It allowed consistency of quality, paint and hardware matching across products and a single on time delivery. It also allowed for minimum interruption on site by utilisation of the same installation team for the whole house of joinery. All our products are made at our factory in Dublin meaning that any additional joinery or timber requirements which are noted during the project can be turned around quickly to keep the project on track.

We were delighted to be joiner of choice for this fabulous house which was featured in the Irish Times

Come visit our Showroom in Walshestown, Lusk, Co. Dublin.

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