Interiors wish list: Fired-up art and glistening goblets

Brass clocks and grey sofas are all part of the mix chosen by Esther N McCarthy.

Make a Saturday night in feel a little cosier with these peach-ribbed glass holders. All you need to do is add a little votive candle and you’re all set. These candle holders are €11.50 at The Pavilion Garden Centre, Ballygarvan, Cork.

Interiors wish list: Fired-up art and glistening goblets

There’s a very interesting exhibition in 2020 Art Gallery, North Mall, Cork, at the moment. Jenny Monk presents a collection of unique signature stitched drawings and photographs called Tryst.

Inspired by the 1940s, it includes 13 vistas captured using embroidery and photo montage. It runs until November 18 for more info visit or find her on Facebook.

Interiors wish list: Fired-up art and glistening goblets

Anyone stressing about cooking Christmas fare, listen up. Chef Philip Brazil from ‘The Falls’ restaurant returns to the Miele Experience Centre where he will host a Christmas cooking demonstration on November 22, 7-9pm. 

Tickets are prices at €25 per person or €40 per pair. For enquiries contact Miele on 01 461 0710 or 

Pictured is the CulinArt oven, with all the bells and whistles, including over 25 automatic programmes for baking to roasting. €1,599 from stockists nationwide and 

Interiors wish list: Fired-up art and glistening goblets

Check out this raku-fired wall art by Rebeka Kahn. It’s bespoke, created using a unique fusion of ceramic and glass and costs €385. Based in her home studio in Co Wicklow, Rebeka will be at Art Source 2016, RDS, Dublin, November 11-13. 

You can check her out online at and stockists include Carrig Donn, Kilkenny Stores, Cronin’s of Kinsale, and Tregan Craft Gallery, Cobh.

Interiors wish list: Fired-up art and glistening goblets

Light up the darkening days with this Maddox marble table light, €100 from Debenhams.

Interiors wish list: Fired-up art and glistening goblets

Cool greys and new neutrals in calming tones of creams and off-whites are a running theme through interiors for autumn. I love the cushion colours with Finline Furniture’s Elijah sofa, available from €1,100 at 

Interiors wish list: Fired-up art and glistening goblets

Inspired by the robin from the old Irish stamps, this brass clock is a shining example of why the metal is such a popular addition to interiors right now.

This is from The Guilded Hound, it’s called Fly Away With Me and it costs €140, with free post and packaging within Ireland, from 


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