Stanmore Hall

Stanmore Hall is a 19th century country house that underwent a refurbishment that stripped it back to its bare bones and brought up to date using, among other things, a Lutron Lighting system and Focus SB electrical face plates.

In total, Focus SB provided 53 metal electrical face-plates that adorned the rooms of the period property. The Dorchester design, which is a heavier plate with sculpted frames, was used.

These plates come in two parts; the central plate and the outside frame. The combination of finish, inserts and plate design is almost infinite. The chosen finishes by Stanmore Hall were: Matt Black, Antique Brass, Satin Nickel and Primed.

When a plate has been Primed it can then be painted the same colour as the rest of the room, once it has been installed onto the wall. Focus SB can also match any of the RAL colours for a finish also.

The system is controlled by Lutron’s SeeTouch switches throughout the house, for which Focus SB supplied 53 covers. Other hardware components included 42 power modules, 15 LED load dimming interfaces, two contact closure boards for motion sensor interfacing and an 8 Series Generation 5 Processor.

The twelve bedroom mansion of Stanmore Hall was built in 1810 and underwent a complete refurbishment.

The house was stripped right back to its bare bones and had a Lutron Homeworks Whole Home Lighting system, for which Focus SB provided 53 metal face covers for, installed.

The Dorchester range, which is a heavier plate with a sculptured frame, was used throughout the house with different finishes. The Antique Bronze and Matte Black finishes were used.

Stanmore Hall is a testament to the skill and quality of Lutron and Focus SB because, despite the installation of a new lighting system and electrical accessories, the traditional feel to the property hasn’t been compromised.