Wish List: divine dressers

Every week Esther N McCarthy scouts around for interesting pieces for your interiors. Today she discovers pretty piggies and divine dressers.

Pic 1: Marry function and style with this sturdy oak dresser €399.99 available from Tk Maxx stores.

Pic 2: IKEA has come up with this higgledy piggledy chest of drawers, called Democratic Design which includes an add on unit. Just imagine the fun you’d have painted all these different colours. €471 from stores in Dublin and Belfast.

Pic 3: Go the whole hog with the ‘Piglet’ print by Annabel Langrish, €172 as featured on giveirishcraft.com. Annabel works from her studio in Ahakista on the Sheep's Head peninsula in West Cork, where she is surrounded by her inspiration — garden birds, wildlife, farm animals and sea birds. For more, visit www.annabellangrish.ie.

Pic 4: Scald the pot, set the table, slather the scones and get ready to admire this plush purple print called Afternoon Tea. It costs €195 per roll of wallpaper and is available from www.garrendennylane.com.

Pic 5: Take time to check out the designs from Louis Mulcahy, including this navy ceramic clock, €49.99, available from Instore, Limerick, Kilkenny Stores, Spillers Lane Gallery in Clonakilty, Meadows and Byrne stores, Forget Me Not in Clonmel and Kilkenny Design Centre. For more stockists, visit www. louismulcahy.com.

Pic 6: Carolyn Donnelly’s Eclectic collection for Dunnes Stores is worth checking out, there are some lovely quirky pieces there, like the Bubbles Mirror for €225.

Pic 7: Made In Ireland presents a sumptuous moss green scarf — which can also be used as a wrap — crafted by Bébhinn Flood, €90, available on bfashiondesign.com.

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