Dalkey II

Nerano dates from 1820 and was the former Summer residence of the Mc Anaspies family who specialized in plaster work for interiors. The family were written about in Ulysses.

What is quite unique about the property is that it has views of Killiney Bay from all the front and side windows.

The property was reconfigured and the kitchen was positioned at the front of the property allowing for modern day living. The whole house was given a re haul and a limited amount of materials were used namely stained oak and pale limestone. The colour palette was influenced by the stunning exterior landscape looking onto Dalkey Island grey and off whites predominate. Panelling to dado level height was used to create design uniformity and rhythm. 

Integral to the project was the sourcing of antiques to compliment the overall design.