“Her eye is drawn to rustic, modern pieces that are both clean and full of character. While she’s well-studied in the decor arena, interior design is something that also comes quite naturally to this creative director.
Emma Lynch is the co-founder of Ireland-based Lamb, an interiors company that appreciates craftsmanship and heirloom quality goods by designers such as Takeshi Sawada and Diamantini & Domeniconi. We visited Emma’s home to learn more about her personal design taste, and how she finds her favorite works. Each room is a fresh take on Nordic design, offering simple yet artful touches. Read ahead to learn how this expert defines her style and where she enjoys hunting for the most special home pieces.
Photographed by Ruth Maria Murphy for Lonny; Style by Ciara O’Halloran.
By Megan O’Sullivan”
Her neutral-toned living room, complete with a Ferm Living rug and Ay Illuminate light, is both simple and unique.
White painted brick fireplace.
Bringing together both artful and cozy, functional pieces to create a comfortable yet elevated space requires meticulous balance. The knot cushion and blanket paired on this chair achieve that balance quite perfectly.
White walls and herringbone floorboards living room.
While the mudroom is typically not the most sightly space in a home, Lynch’s is particularly pretty thanks to an intricate floor tile.
The home’s breakfast room reflects a minimal design style that still manages to feel welcoming and warm.
The grey-blue paint hue is carried through the kitchen, creating a fresh, soft space.
Between the Smeg fridge and the classic kitchen sink, Emma’s expertise in bringing together old and new elements is apparent.
The kitchen tiling, made by Fired Earth, adds a fresh hint of color and pattern, blending in with the rest of the space’s design details.