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Part two of a blog originally appearing on Lee Reeve’s Kitchen & Furniture painter To find out more about Lee and see his work click here. Implementing a colour change can be a major part of this pivotal space, colour is such a transformational medium. Instantly creating a mood or giving a lift to an...
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In conversation with Lorraine Keane at the DFS Ideal Homes Show.  Image: Maggie Brady This year’s Ideal Homes show which took place at The RDS arena Dublin was a welcome return to the interior design calendar. great to see so many exhibitors drawing crowds from all across the country. The event was well managed and...
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Image & Design: Ger Cooney Design Choosing the right interior designer can be a daunting process, whether it is a small scale project or a complete renovation. Trust in your designer is paramount and it is important that you hire a designer who is capable and understands your requirements. So how do you choose a...
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Trends piece collaboration with Carol O’Callaghan from The Irish Examiner Colour-phobes, look away now. We’re going back to the groovy ‘70s for a Berocca boost of orange, via the 1990s when orange reinvented itself as a brownish terracotta horror, until the interiors trendsters drove a stake through its heart and buried it beneath layers of...
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Article in The Gloss, in association with Colourtrend Paints Ger CooneyInterior designer Ger Cooney believes a fresh coat of paint can easily transform and elevate a room or space in the home. He enjoys using dark colours like Mussel from Colourtrend’s Contemporary Collection: “Painting a ceiling to match the wall colour creates atmosphere and visually...
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Article in association with The Irish Examiner’s Carol O’Callaghan According to Ger Cooney, interior designer and colour consultant, right now it’s probably a little overlooked in the seating world. “In my grandmother’s time everyone had a pouffe to put their feet up sitting next to the fire,” he says. “Now they’re starting to come back...
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Trends Article in association with The Irish Examiner’s Carol O’Callaghan Cork-based interior designer and colour consultant Ger Cooney says, “Take your time. Now is like a reset button to think. We’ve done the decluttering and tidying, then there’s painting. “Think about opting for a paint that has plenty of pigment and which won’t have to...
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