At Richard Burbidge, we turn the ordinary into the inspirational. We are the UK’s leading manufacturer and supplier of quality staircase parts, decorative timber mouldings and exterior balustrades and accessories.
Passionate about the design, manufacture and supply of timber for over 150 years
Our extensive product collections range from traditional to contemporary, including a host of unique an innovative designs, all handcrafted to create showstopping results.Our History
Crafting timber products sustainably.
At Richard Burbidge we feel privileged to work with this incredible natural resource every day and always champion supporting sustainable timber production. We are proud to hold an extensive list of environmental and sustainable accreditations.Environmental Promise
Richard Burbidge and Atkinson & Kirby, our sister brand, have been announced as sponsors for Chirk AAA FC. Both Richard Burbidge & Chirk AAA FC have long, illustrious histories in the area, with Richard Burbidge established in 1867 and Chirk FC being formed several years later in 1876. Atkinson & Kirby also has a long-standing history having been formed in 1903. The sponsorship will help support the day to day running of the club and upkeep of facilities. With the brands keen to support the community of Chirk, the partnership will also help to encourage children to participate in team sports right up to the adult teams. Josh Burbidge, Managing Director of Richard Burbidge and Atkinson & Kirby, comments: “We’re really proud to support Chirk AAA FC. The club is a huge part of the local community and we wish them every success. We’re looking forward to further enhancing our relationship and plans for a range community projects.” Colin Heyward, Chairman of Chirk AAA Football Club, comments: “It’s great to have the support of such large local businesses and it really goes a long way to help support the running of the club. We are looking forward to a long and successful partnership that will enable us to continue to run training sessions, matches and social events.”READ ARTICLE
For the majority of the last decade, a clean and simple room has been the ultimate ‘interior goals’ when it comes to decorating, allowing 21st century minimalism to outshine all other design trends. However, tastes are quickly changing to favour a more traditional and busier look. Maximalism encourages the idea that more is most definitely more and is often referred to as ‘cluttercore’. Characterised by bold patterns that call to the eccentricity of Impressionist design and harmonious use of colour, this eclectic approach gives any room a deeper sense of personality that can be both modern and traditional. Following months of being stuck indoors, this particular design aesthetic has risen in popularity as people seek to make their houses feel more like homes. In turn, the art of self-expression and reinvention throughout the home has become a more favourable option than some simplistic looks with little ‘personality’. At Richard Burbidge, we are celebrating maximalism through the trend Regal Revival, which combines the iconic décor of the 19th century and a nostalgic ode to Gatsby-esque glamour, with modern and sophisticated touches. Encapsulating the grandeur of maximalism with gold accents, smooth finishes, and deep tones to complement our stairparts and decorative mouldings. To achieve this traditional charm, Richard Burbidge recommends wall panelling painted with rich tones, surrounded by deep woods and abstract paintings. These decorative mouldings can help to totally transform the character of a whole room and embrace a more retro style. You can check out our full collection of decorative mouldings here.READ ARTICLE