Bespoke Kitchens: Contemporary cool has a future in mind

The architectural gems on display at McNally Living, Ballsbridge, Dublin, provide plenty of design inspiration, writes Caroline Allen.

10th March, 2013
The Bulthaup B3 range at McNally.

Some feature suspended cabinetry and appliances, while others are literally behind closed doors. The architectural gems on display at McNally Living, Ballsbridge, Dublin, provide plenty of design inspiration. The family business may have been around for 50 years, but it very much looks to the future of kitchen design.

"We are absolutely passionate about kitchens and kitchen design," said director Ian McNally. "Our kitchen styles are mainly contemporary and, along with our German kitchen partners, we...

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