Love the use of copper that looks like pennies in this bathroom. (Hmm copper pennies are a very inexpensive floor!) Goes very well with the long slabs of stone tile. Open shower and giant soaker tub beautiful and easy to clean
The drawing room in Killadoon County Kildare a house believed to date from the late 1760s when designed by the amateur architect Nathaniel Clements for his eldest son Robert future first Earl of Leitrim. The green and gold wallpaper has been hanging here since the 1830s. #Ireland #Killadoon #Kildare #IrishCountryHouse #DrawingRoom #Georgian theirishaesthete.com
In this feminine bathroom, designer Christina Stillwaugh of Jessica Lagrange Interiors combines a gold sink and sconces with a dramatic, large-scale wallpaper that celebrates the pink tones in the stone floor.