As you probably know by now, at McNally Joinery we love a challenging project with unique customer input. At the end of last year, we got just that.
The talented teams at Clanforce and ODKM Architects dropped out to our showroom to discuss the joinery pieces for three, high end, bespoke houses in Malahide, including showpiece staircases and internal doors. These stunning houses were featured in this Irish Times article.
The internal doors are a mixture of glazed and plain fire doors. All are simple, elegant and oversized doors. Some feature as sliding pocket doors to maximize space.
The staircases are all different in shape, size and style but all contain a variety of unique modern features. In House One and the Mews, the staircases have a unique double step on the bottom. Separated from the main staircase by metal spindles, the double step can be used as storage, decorative ornaments or may take the fancy of the children in the house. In House Two, the main straight flight has open treads allowing light to flood in from well positioned rooflights and windows. The staircases have cut strings showing the ‘sawtooth’ pattern running up the wall. Tailored metal spindles run from bottom treads to upper string creating a super modern and stylish twist.
Each staircase was individually crafted for each house by our fantastic craftsmen at our workshop in North County Dublin. They were finished off with a unique stain, mixed especially to match the wooden floors, which showcased the beautiful Oak timber grain. Lastly, our talented installation team delivered and installed these beauties into their forever home…