21st Sep 2016
Women today want their homes to reflect their own personal style as much as their wardrobes do, and that’s why Dulux is launching its new Moda capsule paint collection at a Style Pop Up in Drury Buildings at the end of this month. Each Moda palette has five colourways, which mix statement shades with neutrals, but all of which marry seamlessly together. At the pop up, visitors can view these gorgeous mineral-inspired Moda palettes, which although trend driven have a certain classic appeal that will never date.
Interior designer Suzie McAdam will be on hand to talk guests through the range and help them define their own personal interiors style, while stylists Courtney Smith and Corina Gaffey, as well as make-up artist Aimee Connolly, will develop the idea of individual’style and?explain to guests how their own unique preferences?can be reflected in every area of their life, from clothes?and cosmetics to table linens and garden furniture.
We all want to curate our lives in a way that strongly reflects our personality and the Moda Style Pop Up is a great way to begin your own personal style journey. The Moda Style Pop Up takes place from 10am-5pm on Friday, September 30 and Saturday, October 1 upstairs at The Drury Buildings at Drury Street, Dublin 2. To find out more, visit Facebook.com/duluxireland or pinterest.com/modaireland. Moda is available in paint stores nationwide at €60.99 for 5 litres.
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