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Georgian Style in Mythical Meath

The client was keen on incorporating a border tile within this entrance area. Upon exploring options for the layout of the tile, the designer came up with the idea to format the tile within the entrance space slightly differently to the WC and utility and bootroom areas. This worked out really well making the areas feel much larger and much more open.

Designer: Ruth Noble Interiors
Photographer: Philip Lauterbach
Tiles: Top Cer
TileStyle Contact: Stephen Leonard
Project Year: 2018
Country: Ireland
Others who worked on this project: Ruth Noble Interiors
Georgian meets Contemporary
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The client was keen on incorporating a border tile within this entrance area. Upon exploring options for the layout of the tile, the designer came up with the idea to format the tile within the entrance space slightly differently to the WC and utility and bootroom areas. This worked out really well making the areas feel much larger and much more open.
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This house is a new build in a Georgian style. The designers intention was to incorporate more colour in to the property as well as a more contemporary style which would flow from room to room throughout the house. This particular area was now to be a main entrance to the house for both guests and for the family who occupy it. The designer specified a small format tile which wa...More
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