Liebherr refrigerators pack a practical punch with hi-tech and energy-efficient features, but with the Colourline range, they’ve added an extra touch of style.
Prices start at €565, see www.liebherr.co.uk
Dry the dishes in style with this very cool skull tea towel, it won’t break the bank either. This print is €2.50 from Penneys.
Make a statement with this Lanta eight-arm chandelier featuring polished chrome with black fabric shades and glass sconces. €935, available in Fantasy Lights, Dublin.
See www.fantasylights.com for more.
Cross has an engravable set that would make a nice gift, they almost look like jewellery.
This is the rather loftily named Century II medalist ball point and it costs €85, but I also spotted The Cross Classic Century Ball Point pen and pencil set that costs €100.
Available in Keane’s Jewellers, Cork, Arnotts in Dublin and online at www.cross.com
With JK Rowling stirring up Harry Potter mania with the newest edition to the series, ‘The Cursed Child’, add some magic to your child’s bedroom with this Harry Potter ticket framed print, €23.50 from www.Argos.ie
John Quinn’s latest work has been influenced by the loss of our young people during the recession. This piece is called the Emigration Boat and is currently on show as part of the ‘Figuratively Speaking’ exhibition in Etain Hickey’s shop in Clonakilty.
The Limerick-born artist works with a variety of stoneware clays and porcelain, with each piece slab built and high fired to 1,280c.
Be beach-ready with this cute natural beach bag with pom poms and embroidery of red-wool yarn, perfect for grabbing and stashing your picnic essentials.
You will find it for €24.95 at The Pavilion Garden Centre in Ballygarvan, www.thepavilion.ie
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