Luxury living: a four-storey Georgian townhouse stands tall in D4
This roomy property in a highly desirable location blends contemporary and period features throughout, with panoramic views of the capital for good measure
Deep in the heart of Dublin’s embassy belt sits Pembroke Road, with its fine swathe of Georgian architecture boasting tall, elegant, terraced redbrick homes. The period properties along the boulevard and throughout this area are the legacy of the Earls of Pembroke, who took up the development of these residences from their relatives, the Fitzwilliam family, who left their vast estate to the earls in 1816. This section of the leafy road was developed in...
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It's January 2020, a new decade, and the fresh new year is awash with optimism and intrigue as to what may be. Amid the unpredictability of life, one aspect that can be planned is how we design, decorate and fill the spaces we inhabit. Marie-Louise Keeley, a senior interior designer at House & Garden Furnishings, offers the design trends and approaches that will hopefully inspire you this year and beyond