The New September-October Issue is Here!

A tantalising taster of what's inside the spectacular September-October issue of Image Interiors & Living...

"Luxury must be comfortable, otherwise it is not luxury" - Coco Chanel

This issue we're lusting after all things luxe. But not opulent extravagance - we're talking practical, pared-back luxury. The type of luxe that has beauty and?brains.

Ireland is no longer?the country of cranes and crazy property prices.?The??new luxury? (which our writer Kate Phelan discusses this issue) isn't about bling and big spending; it's about investing in thoughtful, considered, curated products that tell a story and truly make you happy.

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Luxe Harlequin wallpaper and an inspirational Ikea kitchen Luxe Harlequin wallpaper and an inspirational Ikea kitchen

We're becoming known, internationally, as a country of innovation. This can be seen so clearly in the world of interiors?in?our September-October?issue - from the ultra-creative plywood extension by?Sligo architects Noji to young entrepreneur Danielle Ryan, who is building an exciting brand, Roads, which straddles publishing, film and fragrances.

"Scale of Ply" Dublin extension project by Sligo-based Noji Architects and Danielle Ryan of luxury-goods group Roads "Scale of Ply" Dublin extension project by Sligo-based Noji Architects and Danielle Ryan of luxury-goods group Roads

And then there's?Anike Tyrrell, a woman on a mission to revive glass-making in Waterford with the beautifully chic, contemporary and widely coveted J. Hill's Standard crystal.

Elements glassware collection by Waterford-based J. Hill's Standard Elements glassware collection by Waterford-based J. Hill's Standard
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This issue, we also prove that living in an apartment doesn't have to mean compromising on style - as four stunning international homes show.

Cape Town and Copenhagen apartments Cape Town and Copenhagen apartments

We also help you get inspired by a very cool family-friendly space...

Irish designer Irenie Cossey's Islington home Irish designer Irenie Cossey's Islington home

And there's one colossal?Mayo cottage restoration you definitely need to see.

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Mayo cottage conversion, photographed by Barbara Egan A converted cottage in Ballintubber, near Castlebar in Co. Mayo

Finally, don't miss the chance to win a €1,500 shopping spree at Ikea!?Pick up the magazine for all the details.

The September-October issue is on shelves now, priced €3.99. Run??'don't walk???to get it. If we do say so ourselves, you won't be sorry...

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