4 Fresh Interiors Ideas For Spring

Winter may not be over yet, but we’re already CRAVING the SPRING INTERIORS TRENDS that will give our HOME REFRESH… 


Space feeling drab? Taking its name from the distinctive colour of Italian chicory, Radicchio No96 Estate Emulsion has a bright, modern feel. Try painting your woodwork a gloss in the same shade for impact. This vibrant hue will instantly draw attention to your art. From Farrow & Ball.




Fresh from the collaborative project with Louis le Brocquy’s archive prints, Stable is making its first foray into the world of furniture with the help of award-winning furniture designer Simon O’Driscoll. Hot on their heels, watch out for the fruits of TextISLE, a collaborative project between designers and producers to develop new products which will be unveiled at Showcase 2017, January 22-25 at the RDS.




We’ve all heard the cerulean speech in The Devil Wears Prada: the speed of fashion’s runway-to-rack process (big brands “copy” predicted runway hits and, within a couple of months, near-perfect “inspired by” designs are in store). Now, the interior world is catching up. No sooner is a colour or accessory a major hit on Instagram (the interior-lovers bible) than the trend is available to shop. A few months back, London restaurant Sketch’s interior fit-out was the Insta-hit, now you can get a bit candyfloss cool with this retro-detail blush Circus velvet pouf by Norman Copenhagen.

Blush Circus pouf, €460, WWW.NORMANN-COPENHAGEN.COM


Rose Oona wool rug, from €270, WWW.NORMANN-COPENHAGEN.COM


This article appeared in a previous issue, for more features like this, don’t miss our February issue, out Thursday, February 2.

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