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Two of Ireland’s top interior designers take on two neighbouring Ranelagh houses – the results are spectacular


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by Lauren Heskin
24.03.21

Read time: 12 minutes

Róisín Lafferty and Suzie McAdam took on two homes in the same estate. Collaborating on ideas and colour palettes, they created two completely distinct yet complementary homes.

Róisín Lafferty and Suzie McAdam are two of Ireland’s most creative design talents. Both internationally recognised, Róisín runs KLD, an interior architect company that elevates commercial and residential spaces, while Suzie is the founder of Suzie McAdam Design, an interior design studio and shop based in Monkstown. You might also recognise Suzie in her new gig as a judge in RTÉ’s Home of the Year. But did you know that the two are old friends?...

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