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The Most Beautiful Bedrooms From 2016

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Is 2017 the year your overhaul your bedroom? Here are some of stunning sleep spaces that graced our issues in 2016…

From our November-December issue: A previously defunct dining room enjoys a successful reincarnation as the master bedroom in a Bray villa (pictured above, right). The formal tones from the hallway of this home creates a tranquil atmosphere with grey walls and woodwork counterbalanced by a white panelled headboard and crisp white bedlinen. [Photograph: Doreen Kilfeather] Meanwhile to the left, interior designer Genevieve Hurley uses bold prints in a master bedroom, with bespoke oversized bedside tables commissioned from Jan Cadelle. [Photograph: Ruth Maria Murphy]

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From our January-February issue: The colourful teenage bedroom in the same South Dublin home, as above. Woodstock lamps by Heathfield & Co sit on Ikea Hemnes lockers and pick up the colour from the deep-buttoned velvet headboard made by Sharon Ryle. [Photograph: Ruth Maria Murphy]

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From our March-April issue: Emily Maher of Lost Weekend helped a South County Dublin couple to downsize in style. Harm’s Twine bed is a luxe choice in the master bedroom which has its own dressing room, leaving the sleep space clutter-free. [Photograph: Aisling McCoy]

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From our March-April issue: Interior designer Suzi McAdam consulted on a new build, sourcing many of the bedroom prints from Cate Parr on Etsy, which are echoed here in the colourful bedding. [Photograph: Ruth Maria Murphy]

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From our July-August issue: This stunning lakeside retreat was the worthy winner of RTÉ’s 2016 Home of the Year. The supering size bed is Smoke by Loaf in Thatch fabric. The bedlinen is Yves Delorme Zig Zag, while the orange cushion is Missoni. The orange bedspread is a traditional Portuguese one and the chevron throw on top is Missoni Humbert. [Photograph: Doreen Kilfeather]

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From our July-August issue: A fire-damaged period property was transformed into a luxurious family home. Inspired by the owner’s honeymoon, the master bedroom features Venice scenes on the wallpaper. John O’Connell furniture did all the upholstery including the winged bed, covered in aubergine Bellagio fabric. An original Murano chandelier was sourced from Villaverde in London. [Photograph: Ruth Maria Murphy]

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From our September-October issue: Two unloved Georgian buildings were knocked into one stylish haven. An Ikea bed frame sits under an Ikea fabric which the owners stretched across a frame. The Italian walnut lockers were purchased at deVeres 20th Century Design Classics auction, while the pendants are Hicken Lighting. [Photograph: Ruth Maria Murphy]

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From our November-December issue: In a seaside villa in Bray, an unused dining room has enjoyed a successful reincarnation as the master bedroom. The formal colour palette creates a tranquil atmosphere, with the grey walls and woodwork counterbalanced by a bespoke white panelled headboard and crisp bedlinen. [Photograph: Doreen Kilfeather]

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From our November-December issue: Fashion designer-turned-interior consultant Michael Mortell transformed a new apartment into a paean to mid-century design. Italian bedside lockers from the 1940s sit on either side of the bed. The fitted wall lights are from Hicken Lighting and the double stripe white and grey bedlinen is Francis Brennan The Collection from Dunnes Stores. [Photograph: Ruth Maria Murphy]

 

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