MEET the Home Of The Year finalists 2022.
even owners from round Ireland shall be seen on RTÉ 1 on Tuesday gathering at Palmerstown House in Co Kildare, the place judges Hugh Wallace, Amanda Bone and Sara Cosgrove will choose this yr’s winner.
The seven finalists are drawn from Dublin, Belfast and Cork, in addition to counties Kerry, Sligo, Down and Wicklow.
- FINALIST 1 – Tony and Imogen McManus, Kerry
Tony McManus lives on this new construct residence in Co. Kerry along with his spouse Imogen and their son.
Tony is initially from Kerry however lived in Los Angeles for quite a lot of years. A couple of years in the past, the household got here to Ireland for a go to and after their vacation they determined to make a house right here.
They discovered a web site and set about making a home with a standard exterior however a really trendy and up to date really feel inside.
The household love the sense of sunshine and area all through their residence.
- FINALIST 2 – Michelle and Rob McNeil, Belfast
Michelle and Rob McNeil reside with their two sons in a renovated Nineteen Twenties home in Belfast.
When they bought the property, they undertook a significant renovation venture and, as the house is in a conservation space, they needed to prolong and renovate, whereas sustaining the unique entrance exterior of the house.
The couple love the performance of the household residence they’ve created and the way it’s trendy however nonetheless homely and cosy.
- FINALIST 3 – Aoife and Gareth Tolerton, Co. Down
Aoife and Gareth reside in a modernist new construct in Co. Down together with their kids.
The home is an upside-down residence, so the bedrooms are on the backside and the residing space is on high. This format maximises the views and makes the many of the sense of sunshine all through the house. Aoife, as an artist and graphic designer, took over the interiors and created a contemporary, minimalist, clear look which is softened by rustic parts of wooden all through.
The couple love the modernist, Nineteen Sixties, rustic, vibe that they’ve been capable of create of their residence.
- FINALIST 4 – Martin and Saoirse O’Dwyer, Sligo
Martin and Saoirse reside in a renovated 1870’s cottage with barrel roof extension in Sligo together with their twin boys.
In 2014 they had been on the look-out for a coastal household residence after they got here throughout a cottage in want of renovation by the ocean in Sligo. They turned the dwelling right into a household residence and later added a barrel roof extension with an upstairs open plan space that’s located to profit from the entrance dealing with coastal views.
The interiors had been adorned by Saoirse in an eclectic type and mix the vintage furnishings within the authentic dwelling with trendy furnishings within the new extension.
The couple love the previous cottage which is stuffed with historical past and the way the trendy extension is stuffed with mild.
- FINALIST 5 – Sarah Duggan and Ian McNamee, Dublin
When Sarah and her fiancé noticed this property they had been capable of see the renovation potential. They stripped all the things out, reconfigured the steps and raised the ceiling as much as the roof apex to permit mild to flood into the house.
Sarah, who works in style, was impressed to embellish her residence in a minimalist type, utilizing clear silhouettes and lux materials to create a shiny, ethereal and calm ambiance.
- FINALIST 6 – Kate and Shane Byrne, Wicklow
Kate, her husband Shane and their son, reside in a 150-year-old farmhouse with trendy extension in Co Wicklow.
The property has been in Shane’s household for many years however after they moved in, in 2018, they knocked by way of all of the smaller rooms and added an extension to create an open plan residing area with a number of pure mild.
The household love the sense of historical past of their residence and that their son is the 4th era of Byrne to develop up there and that, in time, it’ll be a spot for his circle of relatives.
- FINALIST 7 – Sinead Murphy, Cork
Sinead Murphy lives in a trendy metropolis residence with protected façade in Cork.
When Sinead considered the house it was in want of a full renovation however she fell in love with it. The constructing has a protected façade so the work was accomplished from inside with the assistance of her dad.
Sinead furnished the property with a mixture of 70’s, Scandi and artwork deco furnishings impressed by her travels in New York. She loves how central and trendy her house is. It’s a spot the place she will folks watch but in addition be away from the hustle and bustle of town.
Home Of The Year 2022 ultimate Tuesday fifth April, 8.30pm RTÉ One