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"A bungalow is simple living. There's no shouting up the stairs, there's a great flow to it. The kids love it. They have the huge garden, and the beach is two minutes away. I feel very lucky"
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"A bungalow is simple living. There's no shouting up the stairs, there's a great flow to it. The kids love it. They have the huge garden, and the beach is two minutes away. I feel very lucky"

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A dark bungalow is transformed into an airy family home in Brittas Bay


by Orla Neligan
24.06.21

Emma Lynch of Lamb Design renovated a Wicklow bungalow on the beach that belonged to her grandparents into an airy home with a nod to the nautical.

Walking into Emma Lynch’s home overlooking Brittas Bay is like stepping inside the Tardis. Perched on the top of a grassy hill, the modest bungalow is unassuming until you discover its unfolding spacious interior. “That’s the impression I was aiming for,” laughs Emma. “I didn’t want to change the facade and wanted the interior to be a series of surprises.” The kitchen’s encaustic floor tiles are from Best Tile. One of Emma’s favourites is the...

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