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They realised there was a spark, but didn't arrange to meet back in Dublin. "We met shortly after we came back. We didn't need to make a plan, it was inevitable we'd meet. Dublin is so small, and we hung around with the same people," Steven explains with a laugh, adding they've been together ever since. They married in 2006, and have two boys - Harry (11) and Sam (eight).

Immediately after Steven came back, he went to work, and within months he set up Enigma Design with Brendan O'Neill, who used to work for Steven's father. "We started off with a van and a set of tools; we now employ eight. Brendan runs the workshop, and I look after the design. We have a designer who also looks after the showroom," he explains. "You know what, I'm not qualified in anything, but I have been working with my hands since I was 14,15, and I've learned as I've gone along. I have a knack for the manufacture, and with anything detailed or complicated, I would spend a day in the workshop with the guys to make sure it's done the way I would want it."

Source : https://www.independent.ie/life/home-garden/peek-inside-businessman-who-designs-kitchens-shows-us-inside-his-labour-of-love-family-home-36792551.html

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