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Chestnut Grain / Conor Holden
Hall Table / Eamon Quinn
Dancing Light / Martin Wright
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This rich, peat hue is inspired by the unique Irish boglands.
This pale, soft grey takes its name from the fluffy cumulus clouds high in the Irish sky.
This naturally inspired colour comes from the freely roaming deer in Dublin city’s Phoenix Park.
A traditional style of weaving seen in rugs and throws; weave this flexible and soft sepia tone into any scheme.
Falling softly from the sky or found in nests, the cosy grey-brown of the hackle feather brings a delicate warmth.
Eamon Quinn furniture is crafted using traditional joinery techniques that stand the test of time. Each piece has strong lines, functional design and displays its welcoming, natural wood tones - the inspiration for Hall Table.
This pale mushroom colour is as calming and relaxing as the scenic Hazelhatch walk along the historic Grand Canal Way in County Kildare.
Ireland’s hidden parkland trails, often found off the beaten track, bring nature into the home in the form of this muted earthy tone.
This dusty grey-white resembles the calming clouds that stretch down to touch the hilltops.
This lightened clay colour takes its name from the 10th century fortified keeps, built using traditional methods with clay and stone.
Lay down a blanket to enjoy an Irish summer’s day with a Picnic On The Beach. William McNutt’s traditional throws, handcrafted in the seaside village of Downings, reflect the rugged Donegal coast. He weaves lifelong memories with this beautiful neutral tone.
Ireland’s unpredictable weather—from thunderous storms and blistering sunshine in the same day — provides drama that Niki Purcell captures in her oil paintings. The farming fields of her homeplace in County Wicklow gives birth to Rolling Harvest, a beautiful wheat tone, imprinting memories on her canvas.
As the native stone is carved and sculpted, this warm grey is unveiled.
Orla O’Rourke brings her pottery to life, from rolling the clay to firing to a Soft Bisque. Inspired by her native Cork, she brings the surrounding nature to life in her craft.
This neutral brown takes its name from the distinctive wings of the Speckled Wood butterfly, found in Northern Ireland.
Wedding Day, a delicate white that is the epitome of grace and beauty, emulating the wedding dresses designed by Anne Gregory. The bespoke wedding dresses balance modern elegance and traditional design, while adding a personal touch to each.
On the forest floors of Wicklow, between the trees, falls the Woodland Light — an abstract work of colour and shadow that has inspired this illuminating tone found in the beautiful paintings of Elaine Tomlin.
The ageing books of Ireland's ancient libraries emit a scent of Vanilla + Almond. This vintage white colour reflects their historic pages.
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