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A First Look Inside Our January-February Issue

Featuring Irish and International house tours, eastern influenced inspiration for your home and delicious recipes, our January-February issue has arrived.  Here’s what you can expect to see inside… 

We get the new year off to a flying start by celebrating the winners of the inaugural Image Interiors & Living Design Awards as chosen by you, our readers.

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In house tours, we visit the minimalist home of fashion designer Anna Valentine, Dublin restaurateur John Farrell takes a break from commercial interiors to let us into his Georgian duplex, and we take a trip to Clontarf to experience mid-century living.

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Killian McNulty and Niamh Barry’s mid-century inspired home

If you’ve always wanted to start your own art collection, but don’t know where to start, don’t fear. We’ve got tips from artists, curators and galleries.

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 Blue Drift 5 Oil on Canvas by Graham Crowley, Cross Gallery

In our Living section, we’re welcoming the opportunity to learn new skills in 2017 from watercolour lessons to basket weaving and even bladesmithing. Meanwhile on a trip to Tipperary, we explore all things honey at Brookfield farm, before cosying up with comforting recipes devised by chef Cliodhna Prendergast.

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Very Slow Cooked Beef Cheeks with Dillisk Dumplings

Finally, photographer Al Higgins visits Anike Tyrell of J Hill’s Standards in her studio in Waterford, where we hear about the surprising inspiration behind the Elements Low Glass.

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Anike Tyrell of J Hill’s Standard

PLUS! A Moroccan retreat, stylish flooring and easy upgrades for your homes with new season trends.

The January/February 2017 issue of Image Interiors & Living is on shelves from Thursday December 22, priced €3.99.

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