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Bolton Park House

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Bolton Park House

Featuring lots of beautiful natural light, Bolton Park is an exclusive list of developments situated close to Rathfarnham. This show home style property features ample space and beautiful interior design provided by Kingston Lafferty Design.

This fully furnished home is a combination of modern fresh design married with exposed surfaces of this listed building.

Crisp design work in the bathrooms offer an airy and fresh atmosphere to these spaces while the bedrooms display a complimentary mix of rustic yet comfortably relaxed attention to detail.

The bright and spacious kitchen area is flooded with natural light from overhead and the surrounding glazed windows and doors to provide an energetic space from first thing in the morning to late in the evening.

The stairwell is draped in natural light via a double height ceiling leading to the bedrooms up stairs, while the adjacent comfortably large living room features two glazed doors leading out to the patio. 

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Home Tour

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Home Tour

Carla Benedetti

Last week I made the journey to Dublin to photograph the home of interior designer, Carla Benedetti, for publication at MintMag.ie. The house had been up for nomination for the RTÉ television programme; Home of the Year and was situated in the leafy suburb of Sandymount.

Vintage Bathtub

Carla's home went through a massive redesign and is peppered with a combination of modern and vintage elements that flow throughout her home. The bathroom is the perfect combination containing this beautiful bathtub which sits on the clean white tiles that bounces lots of natural light within the room.

The stunning kitchen area features full floor to ceiling windows that flood light into this new extension space. The kitchen is entirely open plan and leads directly into the living room space that encompasses a vintage leather chesterfield foot rest and rustic cabinets to compliment the modern colour tones.

The dark inky tones of the redesign contrast with the light filled spaces and give a contrasty pop to the spaces within her home. The ensuite bathroom pops with colour with the bright white and turquoise tiling, while the inky blue hues in the hallway are complimented by the warm wooden tones of the stairwell to the 1st floor.

We had our very own miniature tour guide of the day Benjamin, who was vying for my attention and as I wrapped up shooting, he got his own little portrait taken in the living room.

Puppy

If you would like to check out more of Carla's interior design work, you can head over to her site here.

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