Lisburn Home – March 2020 – Issue 297


Dramatic Effect

A musical director, the homeowner of this Lisburn abode has created an eclectic home interior that is a reflection of his own personal style.

As the homeowner explains, ‘I originally bought the property 20 years ago because of the central location to everywhere I was working. After living there ten years I carried out major renovations when I changed the configuration and size of rooms, replaced the kitchen and bathroom, replaced all internal woodwork and doors, fitted a porcelain tiled floor to the entire downstairs and added a sunroom. At the time I used a very monochrome scheme when decorating. Ten years later I decided that I wanted to update and redesign the interiors to reflect both my personality and developing tastes, but also the trends that are very prevalent today.’ When it came to redesigning his home, the homeowner enlisted the services of an award-winning interior design studio on the Lisburn Road in Belfast. ‘I had several consultations with the interior designers where we talked about my vision for the property and how I wanted my home to reflect my personality and suit my lifestyle. Texture and colour in music is very important to me as a musical director, and I wanted this mirrored in my interior choices. I love the juxtaposition of clashing fabrics and patterns, which create perfect harmony when used together. When deciding on the colour scheme we used different jewel colours as the foundation of each room.

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