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March/April Issue Sneak Peek


by Bill O'Sullivan
26th Feb 2015
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The sparkling new March-April issue, in shops today!

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Take a little look?inside the magnificent new March/April issue, out today!

“Spring is the time of plans and projects” ? Leo Tolstoy.

As I write this, the sun is’streaming?in the window with such intensity that, on more than one?occasion,?I’ve reached for my sunglasses. Anna Wintour vibes?aside, it’s nice to finally see spring’s cheery face poking?though?the winter darkness.

There is so much in this issue that excites me, and that I hope will motivate and encourage you as you tackle those spring plans and projects with gusto – whether it’s giving an old table a new lease of life by?adding?hairpin legs, like?in our arty Dublin 8 house tour, finding?new kitchen ideas in our special feature, admiring the?beautiful 16th-century shelving in a?convent-turned-contemporary family abode in Naples, or getting lost in Aoibheann MacNamara’s rich and colourful tour of Marrakech, complete with – rather unexpectedly??a stunning Eileen Gray-inspired hotel room.

Click through the gallery above for a taster – you can pick up the new issue in all good newsagents and supermarkets now!

Nathalie Marquez Courtney, editor

@Image_Interiors / @nathaliemc

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