The Fermanagh Home resides in Northern Ireland and recently underwent an extension and full refurbishment using both interior design company, Annan Interiors, and local architect Graham Irvine.
Annan Interiors has designed a home that offers understated luxury which blends aesthetics with function. Through varying textures and materials, the home combines simplicity with personality.
The home’s open plan living-dining-kitchen area withholds a unique touch of natural light through the installation of window walls and sliding doors. Whilst the porcelain floor tiles with under-floor heating maintain this modern home’s tranquil feel.
To compliment the accents of natural oak installed around the home, the Richard Burbidge team were brought on to provide its Fusion Domestic range. The collection has a selection of versatile stairparts from chrome to brushed nickel connectors with metal or glass infills and easy to fit pre-finished timber.
Drawing on the minimalist style of the Fermanagh home, brushed nickel balusters and fittings were used for this project, a popular choice for contemporary homes. The owners opted for White Oak newels and handrails to match the golden hues found around the refurbished home to add flow and continuity to the space.
View the full Richard Burbidge Fusion Domestic collection here.