http://www.bellinterhouse.com/ Located an hour outside Dublin, on the banks of the River Boyne in County Meath, Bellinter House exudes period glamour. Built in 1750, the Palladian-style Georgian manor was designed by architect Richard Castle (who also designed the Irish Parliament); the interiors are by Pierce Tynan, who filled the rooms with elemental hand-made ash furniture, contemporary lighting, installation art, and vintage and newer furniture.
A custom-made bookcase, backed with opaque glass, divides the entryway from the dining area. On display is an array of objects—ranging from pottery by Eva Zeisel to pieces from Thailand and Bali. - Photo: Angie Silvy / Design: Kriste Michelini
hand painted housekeepers cupboard in Farrow & Ball Pavillion Grey. Specification: natural oak surface, patine cupboard knobs, ash dovetailed drawer boxes, traditional cornice, torus skirting, tounge and grooved end panels. H 205cm x D 60cm x W 150cm- Cheshire Furniture Company