Eoin Lyons Interiors, Ranelagh, Dublin.Transitional Entrance, Dublin

This is an example of a traditional foyer in Dublin with green walls and dark hardwood flooring. —  Houzz
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karrrla wrote:13 November 2014
  • Eoin Lyons
    The rug is from Luke Irwin (www.lukeirwin.com)
anothermoment wrote:13 December 2015

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