As we’re progressing through another lockdown and closure of McNally Joinery, it has to be said, in some ways it is more difficult this time around. Although, we had a few days notice to plan a little better and there is some light at the end of the tunnel, the weather is not playing ball, … More The Present Moment…
It’s September already and time for little ones and older ones alike to go back to school or college. In keeping with this theme, we bring you our joinery featured in the John Paul II Library in Maynooth University. This was a unique and interesting project from 2012 whereby we were commissioned to manufacture timber louvered fins which … More Back to School
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, … More House of Joinery, Blackrock
pivot [ˈpɪvət] noun: “The central point, pin, or shaft on which a mechanism turns or oscillates” We’ve decided to focus this month’s update on the #ontrend pivot door. We caught up with one of our customers in Dublin 9 who recently renovated their home and opened up the back of their house with a McNally Joinery … More Pivot with Elegance
Summer has been treating us to some fine weather and when the sun shines we have to make the most of that yellow ball in the sky! At McNally Joinery, we enable people to open their homes using our bi-fold door. To open the door fully, all leaves slide along a track with a concertina effect … More Open Your Home
Spring is in the air and it’s all about new life and growth. In keeping with that theme, this blog reflects on greenhouses also known as glasshouses. Not only can greenhouses be aesthetically pleasing, they provide a warm, stable environment for plants to grow year round, keeping them safe from any cold snaps. If you … More Don’t throw stones if you live in a glass house.
Welcome back to our McNally Joinery blog. This month we had the privilege of photographing some fabulous locations that house our joinery, one of which was a very unique steel staircase clad with walnut treads and a walnut veneered window seat from which to watch the sea. This project was unique and interesting and provided what our … More A Window Seat from which to Watch the Sea
Spring is in the air and what better way to celebrate than a blog update on some pieces of joinery which have injected colour into a home. Welcome to our first blog! We’ve decided it was about time to give people an insight into some of the interesting projects we have been involved in at … More What Colour is Spring?