10 Unique Interior Design Projects to Discover in Dublin ⇒ Dublin is a warm and welcoming city, known for the friendliness of its people and famous for its mixture of repartee, humor, intelligence, and acerbic and deflating insight that has attracted writers, intellectuals, and visitors for centuries. It has faded grandeur and a comfortably worn sense. If you’re looking for inspiration, The Most Expensive Homes Blog now explores some of the best interior design projects in Dublin.
This property is a two-story penthouse city apartment. The building is old and has all of the wonderful original features that go with old buildings. Amour Design‘s client wanted to mix old and new and create a modern but comfortable space for everyday living while also being able to entertain and treat his guests to a luxurious guest bedroom and en-suite bathroom.
Not all interior designers offer a full range of services. Kitt Interiors offers everything from complete office redesign and home makeovers, to small jobs such as hanging a new pair of Irish-made curtains or sourcing that treasured piece of furniture. What do you think about this beautiful mid-century living room?
Jenny and Deirdre from Collab Design Studio bring close to 30 years of experience in commercial and residential design of varying scales and budgets in Dublin, London, France, and Switzerland. In this project, Collab Design Studio did all the refurbishment and interior styling. If you’re looking to experience what a real night out in Dubbin is like and want to avoid getting stuck in a tourist trap, you need to come down to Bad Bobs.
Now in its 30th year, Global Village, owned and managed by Martin and Colette, has become a name synonymous with Neptune and Interior Design in South Dublin. They are still (if not more) enthusiastic about interiors, furniture, and design as they were when they started this journey in 1990. If you need a little help creating the “wow” factor in your home, you need to get in touch with them!
Geri creatively leads her design team with 15 years of experience in design and time spent in London to build her design knowledge and bring a timeless depth to her designs. “I chose the highest quality in the furniture, such as the sofas, cabinetry, and beds, keeping the aesthetic fairly neutral for longevity, and adding a layer of simple modern accessories to give the space a fresh appeal. Upholstery, mirror, and walls were also kept minimal to maximize light. To finish, I trawled art auctions and galleries to start a curated collection of antique and modern original art for the clients.”
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Arlene McIntyre founded Ventura in 2005 after many years working in the design industry. The very name Ventura recalls her sunny, Californian heritage, and that luxurious West Coast aesthetic is mirrored frequently in Arlene’s work. Have a look – it’s gorgeous!
Think Contemporary always brings bring a high degree of technical, strategic, and design expertise to all their interior design projects. “Our original brief was to create a contemporary space for their Irish Headquarters, that was in line with their other office in San Francisco.” The entire project lasted 9 months and was delivered on time and in budget.”
Minima was established by Helen Kilmartin in 1996 as an interior design consultancy and retailer representing many of the world’s leading furniture, lighting, and home accessories brands. Over the last two decades, Minima has worked on leading private and commercial developments in Ireland, Europe, and the Americas. This is one of those – dark, original, and intimate!
Hamilton Interiors is a team of highly creative and dedicated designers creating successful and impressive homes. This Blackrock coastal townhouse was bought by a professional who wanted a fit-out to suit her lifestyle needs. The objective was to incorporate modern-day easy to maintain living with convenient taste and style.
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