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5 Irish Textile Studios to Follow on Instagram

Keep up to date with the best of today’s Irish makers working in linen and wool…

 

5 Irish Textile Studios to Follow on Instagram

1 The clean and simple lines of the 31 Chapel Lane Instagram account will have you zen in no time. We love their off-centre detail shots of the architecture we take for granted daily, not to mention that stunning linen!

5 Irish Textile Studios to Follow on Instagram

2 Follow in Jamie Oliver’s shoes and show Mourne Textiles some Insta love. Arguably the most established yet endlessly innovative family handloom mill on this island.

5 Irish Textile Studios to Follow on Instagram

3 The Tweed Project is a perfect marriage of traditional textiles and trendy design. The brainchild of Triona Lillis (owner of AStór) and Aoibheann MacNamara (of Ard Bia fame) this atelier is one to keep an eye on. The blanket coat is a perfect throw for a bed or sofa and one you can take with you when you leave – excellent!

5 Irish Textile Studios to Follow on Instagram

4 Swipe your way through the wacky world of Clare-Anne O’Brien. A graduate of the Royal College of Art in London, she is a woollen wonder woman who is not afraid of strong colour, so do yourself a favour and give her a follow to brighten up your feed!

5 Irish Textile Studios to Follow on Instagram

5 Named after a small coastal townland in Co. Wicklow, Bonagrew takes its inspiration from the colours and textures of its surroundings. We take a slight departure from all things interiors here, but as we’re gearing up for Father’s Day, you’ll thank us for pointing you in the direction of these uber-cool handmade ties and bow-ties!

 

For more inspiring designs, click through to meet three inspiring women in Irish design.

 

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5 Irish Textile Studios to Follow on Instagram

Keep up to date with the best of today’s Irish makers working in linen and…

5 Irish Textile Studios to Follow on Instagram

Keep up to date with the best of today’s Irish makers working in linen and wool…

The clean and simple lines of the 31 Chapel Lane Instagram account will have you zen in no time. We love their off-centre detail shots of the architecture we take for granted daily, not to mention that stunning linen!

5 Irish Textile Studios to Follow on Instagram

Follow in Jamie Oliver’s shoes and show Mourne Textiles some Insta love. Arguably the most established yet endlessly innovative family handloom mill on this island.

5 Irish Textile Studios to Follow on Instagram

The Tweed Project is a perfect marriage of traditional textiles and trendy design. The brainchild of Triona Lillis (owner of AStór) and Aoibheann MacNamara (of Ard Bia fame) this atelier is one to keep an eye on. The blanket coat is a perfect throw for a bed or sofa and one you can take with you when you leave – excellent!

5 Irish Textile Studios to Follow on Instagram

Swipe your way through the wacky world of Clare-Anne O’Brien. A graduate of the Royal College of Art in London, she is a woollen wonder woman who is not afraid of strong colour, so do yourself a favour and give her a follow to brighten up your feed!

5 Irish Textile Studios to Follow on Instagram

Named after a small coastal townland in Co. Wicklow, Bonagrew takes its inspiration from the colours and textures of its surroundings. We take a slight departure from all things interiors here, but as we’re gearing up for Father’s Day, you’ll thank us for pointing you in the direction of these uber-cool handmade ties and bow-ties!

5 Irish Textile Studios to Follow on Instagram

For more inspiring designs, click through to meet three inspiring women in Irish design.

Michelle Hanley for @Image_Interiors / @hanleymi

 

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