Top interior designer brings Little luxury

An interior designer is currently helping create a series of large luxury homes in Co Down, the Belfast Telegraph can reveal.

Kris Turnbull is the developer behind the Twisel Brae development’s interior, based in Holywood. The development has been marketed and marketed by Colliers, and assembled by Akm Construction and also Cobain Group.

The two homes will vary from #550,000 to #750,000, and 2,200 sq ft to 4,000 sq ft, in the town centre development.

Colliers is supposed to deliver the properties it is understood.

The developers say that the “award-winning international interior designer and architect Kris Turnbull’s influence permeates the very fabric of those stunning homes”.

“With a deep comprehension of how great design impacts on functionality and lifestyle, Kris and his experienced staff have cleverly engineered these spaces to optimise their size, aspect and flow.”

The interior designer, who has established his company in Belfast, also possesses five-star restaurant Saphyre.

David Menary of Colliers, stated the “pioneering cooperation between The Cobain Group along with Kris Turnbull Design brings an unprecedented amount of interior and exterior finish to such homes”.

“The Colliers new homes team are thrilled to be bringing those unique, higher specification properties to market — we anticipate significant interest from people who enjoy such a unique chance such as Twisel Brae.”

And aside from the fixtures and fittings on offer, those buying a house may have home automation’s optional extra.

That turns the homes to ‘houses’, including everything out of door locks and window blinds to underfloor heating and alerts.

Kris Turnbull Studios, which also has offices in London, operates with boutique hoteliers , prime improvement jobs and customers across Europe, the UK and the Middle East.

Those behind the newest luxury homes say they’re “inspired by the rich character of the surrounding woodland”.

“The interiors at Twisel Brae draw on the contrasts between rustic and refined,” stated a spokesperson.

“Sleek, urban areas accomplish a new level of luxury and glamour throughout meticulous attention to detail in the finishes and materials.

“Clean lines and industrial references have been softened by a neutral colour palette and application of gorgeous natural timber for effortlessly understated fashion.”

Elsewhere, among KFC tycoon Michael Herbert’s property firms has been awarded the go-ahead to build a luxury growth in east Belfast.

His company Kirk Bryson wants to build Parklands, a new flat development located at Knocknagoney in Belfast.

It will feature 104 apartments, including 18 one-bedroom flats along with three with three bedrooms and 83 two-bedroom flats.

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