This Le Souche coffee table in teal and white enamel has a handy slice in its support for your newspaper or magazine, €840, Beacon South Quarter, Sandyford.
Simple, magical, and ideal for that bed of indoor succulents, we love the work of Galway potter Roisin Gregory. Suitable inside or out, just use a length of bamboo to hold the mushroom in place in a pot. From €20-€90, https://www.etsy.com/people/rosiegceramics
Get bottling with the new range of preserving jars, tins, buckets and funnels from IKEA. There’s even dedicated labels and tags in different shapes and sizes, designed by Reykjavík Letterpress. Containers and labels from €2.50, IKEA, Dublin
Instantly recognisable, the work of Harry Bertoia for Knoll is receiving a special mention at this years’ London Design Festival. Explore further at the Clenkenwell Design Quarter from September 19 to 27. From €1,105 for a Diamond chair ‘made of air’ new from Knoll ( www.ambientedirect.com ) or try Wild Child Originals here in Ireland for vintage pieces.
This glorious Chandelier 24 is a spur to the invention of any creatively-minded Baroque enthusiast. Dress a second-hand find in coloured crystal drops (larger city markets have a bead stall), and eye-catching object trouvé of your own. Always have a vintage light rewired by a RECI electrician. €2,253, www.vintagechandeliers.co.uk
Settle in with a cup of cha’ but brought up to date in this borosilicate glass teapot with removable diffuser. €39.95 from Anvil Home. Don’t forget the wide array of herbal teas you can use with it too.
Try a lip-licking Blood Orange from Java Republic — hand stitched in silk bags. Pure luxury at €6.49 for 15. www.Javarepublic.com and SuperValu.
As the temperatures start to drop, cosy things up with the new seasonal trend for exaggerated texture. This Confetti cushion has a soft felt, leafy look and yields to the touch with its luxurious duck feather filler, €49.95. Meadows & Byrne