Alanna Gallagher

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Northumberland Road: a  discreet refurbishment by Declan O’Donnell of ODKM Architects.  Photograph: Ruth Maria Murphy

Beneath the calm exterior of a two-storey redbrick in D4 is a host of high-spec tech that makes the listed building feel warm and modern with much of (...)

Queues and re-openings, Woodies Bray, GV’s from the store this morning. Treasa Dunne from Bray in the store. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

When the doors finally opened at Woodie’s DIY after weeks of lockdown, buyers went wild for flowers, buying bagloads of geraniums making this old-fash(...)

Home makeover: Thomas McGirr in their mid-renovation home. Photograph: Tom Honan

SOCIAL DISTANCING AND DELIVERY HOLD-UPS WILL DELAY BUILDING WORK ON DOMESTIC EXTENSIONS, PUSHING UP COSTS What happens when you finally g(...)

Arlene McIntyre (R) with Millie Mackintosh

The fit-out of a new nursery is a low-key way for decorators to establish a relationship within influential social networks where word of mouth recomm(...)

Don’t do it in half measures: One room will probably take one and half to two days to complete.

With much of the of population in self-isolation, the containment has brought the walls, floors and woodwork of our homes into far sharper focus. Scuf(...)

Miriam of Minnie Peters with her two rescue dogs and favorite antique chair with white upholstery, at her home in Bray. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

A chair is more than a practical place to unburden yourself. Its style and form says as much about you as the colour you choose to paint your front do(...)

Dubliner Caoimhe Ryan at home  in Brisbane on Australia’s Gold Coast.

During her career in finance, Dubliner Caoimhe Ryan got to do her fair share of globetrotting living in London, New York and Hong Kong before settling(...)

Contemporary home in Kinsale designed by raineyarchitects.com. Photograph: f22photography.ie

Known as the gourmet capital of Ireland Kinsale, the Co Cork coastal playground resonates with a high-octane energy – even in the depths of winter. I(...)

Fitzroy Avenue is one of the warren of streets lined with period redbricks hidden between Drumcondra Road Lower and Jones Road, where one of the entra(...)

The living area. Photograph: Ste Murray

There are trends in architecture in the same way that fashion, film and music have their moments. But some date faster than others and the measure of (...)

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