This Dublin home is remarkable not only for its location in the building of the former paper mill, but also for its amazing mixture of different forms and materials. The coarse brick here adjoins the mirrors in gold frames, the affectionate pink sofa is inscribed in the gloomy industrial corridor, and the blue glossy tiles in the kitchen smoothly flow into the veranda decor. By the way, the backyard, located on both sides of the house, is worthy of special attention, as it reminded us at the same time of Stonehenge and Moroccan riads. We move to the second floor. In one bedroom – delicate tiles as if from the streets of Lisbon perfectly combined with a Chinese lantern, immersing the owner in a gentle dream, and in the second – beautiful turquoise shades are responsible for peace. A wonderful second life of an industrial premise!