Wish List: Original design

DIT Furniture Design Graduate Orla Reynolds on her piece "As if from nowhere"…featured in the IDI Graduate Design Awards.




Pic 1: Nothing like an original design to lift your interiors — and your spirits. DIT Furniture Design Graduate Orla Reynolds relaxing on her piece “As if from nowhere” featured in the IDI Graduate Design Awards, as part of Design Week. You can see it in CIT, Cork. Visit www.designweek.ie for more information.

Pic 2: Adding a statement piece like these Limogue Italian chairs is a simple way to inspire an interior, or add a stylish finishing touch. Check out these classic pieces from Casey’s Furniture, €149.

Pic 3: Mike Brown’s image of the Fastnet lighthouse just after sunrise forms part of his exhibition Ocean Light which is on show in the Cork Vision centre. The exhibition runs until the middle of December. www.corkvisioncentre.com.

Pic 4: Mork calling Orson, come in Orson. Imagine the fun you’d have with this chair. Irish-based design company CA Design has launched their new online collection of stylish furniture at www.cadesign.ie. this is the Eero Aarnio inspired ball chair €750. Available in green, black, wheat, blue, purple, orange, grey, blue/grey and red cashmere.

Pic 5: Fancy chancing your arm at a spot of antiquing? This silver sauce boat from Asprey’s will be featured at Weldon’s Jewellery and Silver stand at the National Antiques and Fine Art Fair in Limerick this weekend. See Antiques and Arts, P 22, for more on the fair.

Pic 6: Get crafty with this Kerry Crafted glass oval plate, €68. It is part of the Creative Island Showcase 2012. See giveirishcraft.com for more information.

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