Take a look inside the stunning renovation of a 1970s Dublin home by the architect and interior designer

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The house was originally made up of small, dark, cold rooms before the couple gutted the property to create a stunning modern home flooded with light.

Niamh Peare, architect and interior designer, and James, engineer, opened their 1970s Dubin home after a complete renovation.

The house was originally made up of small, dark, cold rooms before the couple gutted the property to create a stunning modern home flooded with light.

Niamh’s skills as an architect and interior designer were undoubtedly put to good use as she designed bespoke furnishings and an exciting mix of materials, textures and patterns throughout the home.

The house is designed for a working family, with space for Niamh and James to work in as well as plenty of room for their two young daughters to grow.

The family opened their home in the final season of RTE’s House of the Year, but sadly just missed out on a place in the final with a combined score of 25.

RTÉ’s House of the Year is back for a new series and with a new judge on board. This year, returning judges, architect and founding partner of Douglas Wallace Consultants, Hugh Wallace and award-winning architect Amanda Bone are joined by new judge, award-winning interior designer Sara Cosgrove.

Every Tuesday for eight weeks from February 15, join the jury of Hugh, Amanda and Sara as they explore 21 stunning homes across Ireland. The series will include homes in Galway, Wicklow, Down, Cork, Longford, Sligo, Kilkenny, Antrim, Kerry and Tipperary.

Discover the interior of the magnificent house in the photo report below

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