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Image / Editorial

Abode Pop-up Image Interiors & Living Reader Event


by IMAGE Interiors & Living
16th Aug 2017
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To celebrate Abode, a collaborative and ethical interiors pop-up,
we’re hosting a special reader event on Tuesday, September 26.


Abode opens in Dublin’s Fumbally Exchange this September 27 until October 1, with White & Green, The Garden, Homework Interiors and Dar Sol all under one roof, and Image Interiors & Living readers will have the first look.

The evening before it opens, guests will take in a short panel discussion with the storeowners (pictured below) on how not to kill your plants, creating timeless bedroom schemes, understanding natural fibres better and the importance of ethical supply chains. Plus there’ll be music, drinks and canapes too.

abode pop up

On the night, readers will enjoy 20 per cent off everything; from cable knit throws and embroidered cushions to succulents, ladders, Beni Ourain rugs and terracotta containers. Meanwhile, spot prizes of €100 vouchers for each shop and Image Interiors & Living magazine subscriptions will be awarded to the best social posts on the evening using #abode17. Throughout the week, design consultations with Ciara Eloise of Homework Interiors will also be available to our readers.

WHERE Fumbally Exchange, Dublin 2
WHEN Tuesday, September 26
TIME 6-9pm


** This event as now reached capacity, if you would like to register your interest for the event, please email [email protected] **

 

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