Irish Interiors Spring/Summer 2011

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URBAN CHIC

AS ONE HALF OF INTERIOR DESIGN DUO, THINK CONTEMPORARY, ANTHONY BUGGY SPENDS HIS DAYS DESIGNING AND DECORATING OTHER PEOPLE’S HOMES. WHEN IT CAME TO REVAMPING HIS OWN LIFFEY-SIDE DWELLING, HE HAD FREE REIGN TO CREATE HIS SIGNATURE SPACE – WITH INPUT FROM HIS WIFE, PAULINE AND TEENAGE DAUGHTERS, FALA AND AIDEEN OF COURSE! WRITES CAROLINE ALLEN

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Shelterpop October 2010

Why re-purpose?
Joanne Kelly and Anthony Buggy are co-owners of Think Contemporary, an Irish-based interior design company that recently added a line of upcycled furniture to their offerings. They added the collection because of the obvious shift in consumer thinking when it came to old furniture. In Ireland, as elsewhere, people aren’t throwing anything away anymore. Instead, they donate it to second hand stores or give it away online. “We saw a gap in the market to reuse these old pieces and to give them a new lease on life using eco-friendly products,” she says.

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Treehugger September 2010

Surely you’ve gotten the urge at least once — passing by an anonymous pile of discarded furniture pieces curbside, you feel a compulsion to rescue some forlorn credenza from landfill purgatory and to make it something ‘new’ and beautiful again. Dublin-based interior design company Think Contemporary seems to have heeded the call, launching a line of upcycled furniture that appears to have found its own unique voice.

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Image Interiors May/June 2010

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Room Doctor is an online design service that will help you solve troublesome interiors problems with the click of a mouse.

Download the graph from the website, sketch the floor plan of the offending room, and then send it back with some photos.

One of the Think Contemporary team, who have more than ten years’ experience, will supply drawings, room layouts, colour scheme advice, interior ideas, home furniture ideas, a list of suppliers and a report with their recommendations; www.thinkcontemporary.com