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Actress Kathy Rose O’Brien
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House Tour: An exclusive peek inside a stylish book-filled Dublin 4 apartment


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Actress Kathy Rose O’Brien invites us into her sleek and colourful Dublin abode.

Actor and creative Kathy Rose O’Brien lives in a one-bedroom apartment in Dublin 4 filled with books, light and beautiful design finds. “I am more drawn to authenticity and craft than to a particular style of home decor,” she says. “I like a relatively restrained colour palette but I go all out for texture, natural fabrics and beautiful materials: wood, linen, tweed, stone.” Vintage Belfast library ladder: Kirk Modern. African wicker basket: sourced at London’s...

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