#TheWayWe REALLYLive: Part Seven

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Our surroundings have enhanced our lives during lockdown. Here we let you look at our homes and ask to take a look at yours … 

We invite readers to send images of their homes to us so that we can create an ongoing portfolio of the way we REALLY live NOW. To share how lockdown has changed how you live or how you use your home, email a picture and 60 words explaining what happens in this particular space (home-schooling, zoom calls, nightly family dinners …) to [email protected] and your home may be selected for inclusion in our weekly #TheWayWeREALLYLive online series. To enter via Instagram tag @theglossmag in your pictures and use #TheWayWeREALLYLive. We look forward to seeing your entries …

Siobhan Burke
Owner MOSA Studio

I always believe your home evolves to suit your needs. Using my home for my workspace wasn’t a new phenomenon for me during lockdown but sharing it with my family while working was. The kitchen was the new restaurant with teenagers’ non-stop meal events. So during lockdown I created little nooks for myself in my home that I could go off to for solitude, little happy places to go for peace, sanity and coffee. As lockdown eased I created a more permanent happy space just for me (and my plants). www.mosastudio.ie

Wioleta Kelly
Interior designer, Abbeyfeale Interiors

We have an open space concept with our hallway, dining, living, and kitchen, and the heart of it all is our twins’ indoor swing. During lockdown, we spent the majority of our days playing with our children, cooking and baking, relaxing, and when the kids went to sleep, working around the dining table or kitchen island. The whole space is decorated in neutral colours and it’s quite relaxing, but the hallway is zoned out from the rest of the space by a colourful hand-painted mural made by me with the use of Colourtrend paint called Golden Cadillac.

Emma Forsyth
Owner, Pilates Plus Dublin

We built this house in 2018 and I am so glad we did! Our kitchen area became a home school, my office, a space to play board games, to dance around, to Zoom and WhatsApp call family and friends. And, of course, we baked and had family meals …

Pat Kane
Owner, Reuzi

This is our ‘good room’ that has recently turned into my office. It’s where I find all the peace I need to be able to work from home. I get to make my calls, answer emails and messages and a lot of time, it’s where I do content planning for my social media channels. It used to be a special space for entertaining friends but for now, it’s my office!

Siobhan Burke
Owner MOSA Studio

I always believe your home evolves to suit your needs. Using my home for my workspace wasn’t a new phenomenon for me during lockdown but sharing it with my family while working was. The kitchen was the new restaurant with teenagers’ non-stop meal events. So during lockdown I created little nooks for myself in my home that I could go off to for solitude, little happy places to go for peace, sanity and coffee. As lockdown eased I created a more permanent happy space just for me (and my plants). www.mosastudio.ie

Wioleta Kelly
Interior designer, Abbeyfeale Interiors

We have an open space concept with our hallway, dining, living, and kitchen, and the heart of it all is our twins’ indoor swing. During lockdown, we spent the majority of our days playing with our children, cooking and baking, relaxing, and when the kids went to sleep, working around the dining table or kitchen island. The whole space is decorated in neutral colours and it’s quite relaxing, but the hallway is zoned out from the rest of the space by a colourful hand-painted mural made by me with the use of Colourtrend paint called Golden Cadillac.

Emma Forsyth
Owner, Pilates Plus Dublin

We built this house in 2018 and I am so glad we did! Our kitchen area became a home school, my office, a space to play board games, to dance around, to Zoom and WhatsApp call family and friends. And, of course, we baked and had family meals …

Pat Kane
Owner, Reuzi

This is our ‘good room’ that has recently turned into my office. It’s where I find all the peace I need to be able to work from home. I get to make my calls, answer emails and messages and a lot of time, it’s where I do content planning for my social media channels. It used to be a special space for entertaining friends but for now, it’s my office!

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