New Hampshire Interiors is the family business of the Rice family; Brendan Rice, his daughter Sarah, and son Barry.  We have been providing bespoke interior design and fitting services for over a decade.

 
 

 

New Hampshire Interiors is the family business of the Rice family; Brendan Rice, his daughter Sarah and son Barry.  

New Hampshire Interiors is the evolution of their ShutterCo business, which remains the premier Interior plantation-style shutter company in Ireland.  The Rice family decided to evolve the company to incorporate various other aspects of interior design.  While still very much involved in the shutter & window covering business, New Hampshire Interiors also focusses on other aspects of ‘interior design & architecture’.  

The product range now also incorporates wainscoting (wall panelling) and radiator covers.  All of which are on display at their showroom in Monkstown Village, County Dublin.  In addition to their bespoke furniture, New Hampshire Interiors also stock a selection of soft furnishings & homeware.  The stock is updated seasonally and the latest additions to the range can be found at www.NewHampshireInteriors.ie of on the Facebook page.

 

The Rice family

 

Brendan Rice

Brendan Rice is Father to Sarah & Barry.  He is an entrepreneur with over 25 years’ experience owning and operating businesses.  He has transformed and evolved the business to adapt to the highs & lows of Irelands erratic economy during that period.

Sarah Rice

Sarah was awarded a degree in Display Design from the Dublin Institute of Technology.  After graduating, Sarah worked as a designer for clothing retail company ‘A-Wear’, where she was entrusted with creating original and interesting displays.  Sarah would travel to stores nationwide transforming her visions into window & store displays.Sarah has an eye for creative design and has travelled extensively. She had worked in the Interior Design Industry in both Australia and the United States.

Barry Rice

Barry went to University in the UK where he studied Architectural Technology and was awarded BSc by the University of Lincoln.  He has worked in Sydney and Brisbane for the international architectural firm, ‘DesignInc.’.  Barry also holds a Higher National Diploma in Advanced Computer Aided Design.  As well as working in ShutterCo, Barry also directs a program called Cycle Ataxia; a charity cycling event with the purpose of raising funds to research for a cure for Friedreich’s Ataxia.