Jackie Carton is an interior architect specialising in residential interior design. She has ten years experience in delivering full design schemes - from modern and colourful to classically elegant. With a background in art publishing and graphics, her love of art and colour is evident throughout her work and she believes that a well designed home should reflect its owners personality. “As designers we have a responsibility to the client to ensure the layout meets their functional needs. Then, layers of colour and texture add warmth and character whilst some well considered final touches complete the scheme. Attention to detail is one of my hallmarks - it's the smaller, more subtle elements that really help create a harmonious feel. A beautifully designed space is a joy to live in and this is the ultimate goal of every project I undertake.”
Jackie is known for her open and friendly yet professional approach. She collaborates with a number of architects and building contractors to see each design through to completion. A regular contributor to interior magazines and newspaper articles, Jackie has also been invited to speak at shows such as House Event, the Ideal Home Show and the Self Build shows. She works with developers on showhouse fit outs and in 2017 took part in TV3’s Showhouse Showdown programme, winning across all four categories. Her work is featured on Houzz where she was awarded “Best of Houzz for both Design and Service” 2017-2021. She is President of the Interiors Association in Ireland.
Bedroom Design, Dining Room Design, Downsizing, Floor Plans, Furniture Selection, Home Staging, Interior Design, Interior Styling, Kids' Room Design, Kitchen Design, Living Room Design, Nursery Design, Playroom Design, Project Management, Space Planning, Home Office Design
Dublin, Wicklow, Kildare, Co. Meath, Leinster
Qualified Interior Architect,
Member of the Institute of Designers in Ireland (IDI),
Member of the Interiors Association (IA),
Member of the Society of British and International Designers (SBID),
Member of the Irish Georgian Society (IGS).