Flutterby Feeling
Interior Design / Summer 2017

Flutterby Feeling

In the summer issue, a host of butterflies, bugs and birds appear in all their glory across fabrics, wallpapers, bedlinen and china as designers take inspiration from delicate wings and dazzling colours. Seraphina wallpaper by Anna French for Thibaut features poised butterflies fluttering amongst wooded areas full of flowers, trees and foliage http://www.Thibautdesign.com Aldora wallpaper … Continue reading

Cottage Charm in Limerick
Interior Design / Summer 2016

Cottage Charm in Limerick

In the summer issue we featured a charming cottage in Limerick, lovingly converted by its architect owner into a warm and welcoming home, maximising the available space and cleverly connecting the indoor and outdoor areas. Words by Penny Crawford Collins and Photography by Philip Lauterbach  With her creativity and knowledge of conservation, architect Patti O’Neill could immediately … Continue reading

Q&A on interior design with Marie Kennelly from Elizabelle Interiors in Listowel who shares her personal approach to design
Interior Design

Q&A on interior design with Marie Kennelly from Elizabelle Interiors in Listowel who shares her personal approach to design

   *    DESIGN DIVA – MARIE KENNELLY HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE YOUR APPROACH TO INTERIOR DESIGN? My approach is first and foremost a personal one. I start by spending time talking with my customers. Often I suggest that a customer bring along a selection of cuttings of concepts, pictures, or other examples of things … Continue reading

Design Clinic at Embellish in Skibbereen
Interior Design

Design Clinic at Embellish in Skibbereen

Nine months on from its launch, the Design Clinic at Embellish Home Interiors in Skibbereen is proving popular as a source of interior design inspiration. The clinic is a collaborative initiative between Lorraine and John Delaney of Embellish and interior designer Terry O’Driscoll based in West Cork. Operating every Saturday, the Design Clinic offers 30-minute … Continue reading