This Southside Dublin property was envisioned as a bustling family home. Chic yet functional it offered a spacious kiddie’s den upstairs and a grown-up living room downstairs. Throughout the house, the muted colour palettes and architectural lighting was offset by bright accessories and whimsical paintings.
Set in luscious, rolling Meath countryside, the houses at Holsteiner Park called for a distinctly equestrian aesthetic. Elegant, no-nonsense interiors suitable for outdoorsy inhabitants. Plaid sofas and button-backed chairs nodded at the traditional country theme while glistening chandeliers and sleek accessories elevated rooms to a whole new level of luxury.
For this coastal guesthouse, we decided to go with a pared-back palette to let all the exquisite photography on display really pop. This is the antidote to clichéd coastal interiors. Rooms felt slick, mature – and as multi-faceted as the ocean itself.
With its glass frontage and ultra-modern architecture, this apartment is the ultimate cosmopolitan pad. We wanted nature to infiltrate this state-of-the-art space in some way. The verdant vista outside is mirrored through olive walls, taupe furnishings and inside greenery.
This classic suburban family home has been thoughtfully designed with comfort and style in mind. Our interiors needed to be able to withstand the stresses and strains of family life. The cosy kitchen space with its round table promotes togetherness, while the stylish blue den provides an escape route for weary parents.
For Ideal Homes, we imagined a sultry, James Bond-style space. The bachelor pad to end all bachelor pads. An urban hangout made for cocktail-swilling, pool-playing hedonism. Sculptural lighting, luxurious faux throws and a streamlined palette of studio greens completed the look.
We created a seascape of furnishings here to reference the property’s coastal setting. Powder blue sofas and cushions were tempered with plenty of rustic wooden elements and rope detailing. Luxe fabrics and architectural lighting kept it modern.
We wanted this beautiful property with its interesting split-level features, to feel both sophisticated and homely. Impressive paintings and show-stopping accessories were paired with super soft sofas and ready-for-anything dining tables.
We really played with the idea of light and space in this family home in the suburbs. Expansive, wall-length mirrors were illuminated by spotlights and softer lamps. Glass elements reflected the surroundings and refracted the light. Our bespoke joinery and customised upholstery elevated rooms to supreme comfort.
This is a fine example of how we love to blend classic and contemporary styles. Traditional, button-back armchairs appeared alongside graphic, cut-out shelving. Low-hanging metal lamps and oversized mirrors gave a coastal kitchen a minimalist update. Fresh white linens, bespoke wall panelling and joinery combined to bring a touch of Hamptons grandeur to Greystones.
We wanted each room in this property to evoke a different mood. It is like a stroll around the colour wheel. The mauve and muted lighting of the living room emanates a sense of calm while the spring-like yellow cheeriness of the dining room is intended to inspire lively entertaining.
In this chic, young professional bolthole, we showcased the versatility of grey and went wild with prints and clashing furnishings. The resulting interiors are timeless –with just the right hint of eccentricity.
In this property, we sought to maximise space through the use of clever, built-in storage units and soft, pastel colours. Through our careful curation of furnishings and accessories, we created interiors that feel both minimally efficient and yet elegantly complete.
For the Ideal Home show 2013, we let our inner Gatsby run wild. We imagined him carousing from black-and-white tiled bathroom to chandelier-bedecked dining room – the epitome of expressive style. Every element was an ode to 20s and 30s design and a celebration of more-is-more maximalism.
A pared-back colour scheme and considered details (the right chair, a light just so) created a space that feels effortlessly cool. The symmetry of accessories and seamlessness of floor and walls all have a very Zen effect on the appraising eye.
We envisioned this property as the home of someone well-travelled. A seasoned explorer. Console tables and shelves were filled with interesting artefacts and ornaments – pieces that could attest to the inhabitant’s worldly curiosity. The furnishings, meanwhile, continued this eclectic vibe.
To create the ambience of a swanky city pad in this 1,900 square foot penthouse, we kept the canvas crisp and clean – lots of wood and muted colours. We upped the luxury with meticulously-crafted furniture and carefully-chosen accessories. The perfect spot to pour a tipple and take in the view of the Dublin mountains.