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New Irish Craft For 2017


by IMAGE Interiors & Living
26th Jan 2017

Each January, trade and media flock to Showcase?- Ireland’s Creative Expo?in the RDS seeking new products, while revisit existing collections from some of Ireland’s top designers and makers. Here’s our Insta-edit of some of the most exciting for 2017…

31 Chapel Lane

The Limerick-based linen house presented their first collection of wearables, which echo their tableware with a shared sense of timelessness that is suitable for all seasons.?

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Arran Street East

A new ‘Happy Day bathroom collection’ sees our ‘Best Tableware 2017’ award-winners bringing sturdy beauty to everyday acts of teeth brushing and hand washing.

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At It Again!

Six of Ireland’s most famous writers – Swift, Beckett, Wilde, Yeats, Stoker and Joyce to be precise – and the places that inspired their work?grace At it Again!’s new Irish Writer’s Collection.

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Bog Standard

County Down’s Bog Standard announced their dreamy rebrand as Field Apothecary, which will be available in selected stockists from March.

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Caulfield Country Boards

Already well known for their sustainably-sourced boards, the Meath company launched three wine racks, which hold 3, 6 or 10 bottles, depending on your thirst levels.

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Cooper Handcrafted Furniture

Relative newcomer, Ciaran McPhillips launched his new pestle & mortar, whose simplicity and elegancy deservedly won a Best Product Award at the show.

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Claire Newell Ceramics

Introducing new sizes, Claire Newell’s colourful handprinted bowls meant her stand was as busy as her designs.

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Danu Ceramics

We love this darker take from Ruth Power, whose pretty pastels are instantly recognisable.

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Gilded Hound

Siobhan Slacker has expanded her popular range of copper clocks to brass mirrors and trays, an easy way to add instant texture to any space.

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The Handmade Soap Company

If you’ve visited a smart hotel (or two) in Ireland over the last few years, you’re sure to have smuggled a mini shampoo from these guys into your luggage. Their new hand creams are lush.

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Hey Bulldog

New concrete planters and herringbone clocks were the stars of the stand at salvage specialists??Amanda Vencatasamy and Joe Hayden’s stand.

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KaroArt

Too cute to eat off? We think so. Also intriguing from Karolina Grudniewska was her limited edition?‘The Big Bad Wolf’ plates.

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Kathryn Davey

Bringing a distinctly Californian vibe to a cold day, we were feeling the summer warmth of Kathryn Davey’s breezy textiles.

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Lainey K

Very much of the moment are Lainey K’s new cards for sad days and grateful days. Hopefully one sells better than the other.

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McNutts

These new linen throws will be perfect for wrapping up when dusk fades on chilly summer nights.

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Max Benjamin

For spring/summer, this scent collection inspired by the Amalfi Coast has us dreaming of sipping Aperol Spritz’s in the sunshine.

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Stable

Imagine checking into a hotel and seeing one of these beautiful robes hanging in the wardrobe? An everyday luxury we simply adore.

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Superfolk

Taking their most popular seaweed prints, the Superfolk two have created new ‘SEA’ note cards, perfect for nature walks and doodles. Certainly, too nice for work meetings.

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Featured image:?Kathryn Davey

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