A Victorian Renovation with Showstopping Style

We had a lot of fun recently sharing the most gorgeous images on Instagram of Sonya Lennon's newly renovated home. TileStyle supplied tiles and bathware for this truly unique, very cool and contemporary family home. Take a peek inside and feel inspired.

What lies beyond the timber panelled downstairs hallway?

From the main entrance, dark sumptuous Ceramica Vogue floor tiles (ref IN Nero 5x40 VINNERO5X40) with timber wall panelling create intrigue before revealing the main living and dining space.

There's a secret shower room and WC along the way! 

Noken bathware products feature throughout.


A Stunning living space

Beyond the hallway, a stunning, open plan living and dining area is revealed. Bringing the outside in or extending the inside out, either way this private courtyard is the perfect place to unwind after a long day.

Large format floor tiles are from Porcelanosa (ref Bottega Topo 80x80 100214622 link here) with anti-slip version used outdoors (ref Bottega Topo 80x80 100221465).

The showstopper

It has to be the main kitchen and dining area with Porcelanosa floor tiles throughout. Anti-slip version carried through to the garden area.


The first floor area is equally showstopping! 

The main bathroom features Porcelanosa tiles (ref Magma Black 33x100 100295157) and Noken bathware throughout with a stylish Krion basin.

As with the downstairs entrance hallway, upstairs also

has a link hallway that opens up to reveal what we call

the Zen Den. A cool and contemporary mezzanine space.

The Zen Den

A relaxing mezzanine space to get away from it all.

Our Premium Homes team worked with Clanforce Construction & Studio Red architects on this project.

For further details on any of the products used please contact Jacqueline at jacqueline@tilestyle.ie or phone 01-465 8175.

Special thanks to Sonya Lennon for allowing us to share these gorgeous images.

Photography: by Daragh Muldowney taken for TileStyle & subject to copyright.

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