This is one definitely unique, vibrant, and memorable house design creation. It seems is not enough the home’s architectural bones are so amazing and full of character (the former arched brick ceilings of a historic Bolton Coach House can take your breath away if you are inclined to feel the romantic past). Still, the designers from KLD (Kingston Lafferty Design) chose to combine this beauty with a contemporary explosion of colors, materials, and shapes, thus composing a unique, diverting, and characteristic home, which one can spend hours exploring. Let’s!
Each premise of the home, including the new additions of contemporary extension, exterior terrace, and garden, feature an airy of intriguing defiles, rich colors, and noble materials. Marble, trendy brass and artistic tile selections entwine with the historic brick structures and stone accents. Playful shapes, nooks, and cranes are supplemented by bold color compositions and intriguing art details in combination with futuristic furniture and lamps accents.
The masculine sturdily of the historic bones is complemented by more feminine and soft modern design and further enhanced by the usage of some industrial – inspiration accents. Polished concrete, exposed metal structures, infinity tile cladding, and the very trendy black metal frames for glass separation structures give the modern dynamic note to the artistic – historical base. The common areas of the ground floor are displayed as a unique multi-level space that intertwines the historic building with the modern extension.
In each space, there is a characteristic, inspired, and artistic angle that gives a unique touch and memorable character to the interior composition of this modern Irish home. Starting with the exterior terrace – a new addition to the beautiful historic bones of the Coach House – here the designer from KLD used an airy of tile patterns to create trendy and artistic ambiance – the table extends from the interior to the garden space, bringing its shiny, deep blue silhouette into both premises, emphasizing the sense of spatial continuity.
In the kitchen and dining zone, under the high arched ceilings, a luxurious black marble, freestanding kitchen island gives a focal center around which other precious materials and design elements revolve- trendy bass legged chairs, matt black appliances, and the large circular suspended lamp designed by Edizioni Design hanging over the dining room table.
Unique furniture pieces with curved lines add a sensual touch and soften the stone, metal, and brick backdrop of the décor. The Tulip table of the mid-twentieth century, designed by Eero Saarinen, is an excellent balance for the rectangular marble structure of the kitchen island. From the sofas and beds to the long elliptical brass-coated mirrors that line up at the entrance hall, almost every detail in this Irish artistic home is unique or custom created for the project.
Beyond the geometric, chromatic, and material games that permeate the different spaces with uniqueness, the project advocates functionality and comfort. Instead of walls, other elements that act as dividers have been used, such as the island bench sculptured from Black Marquina marble and custom doors in corrugated glass and steel frames. Far from creating a mosaic of thematic interiors, the four-bedroom house unfolds effortlessly in a charming balance that connects instead of separating the rooms, and where simplicity and the use of distinctive details prevail.