April 2016 – Issue 250

Spring has sprung and the daffodils are well on their way; finally we have some light in the evenings to enjoy too! Our April issue is filled with inspirational interiors ideas, with a flooring feature covering a range of styles suitable for both contemporary and traditional homes, from wooden, tiles and carpet to the more budget friendly laminate or vinyl, and not forgetting to add interest with a cosy rug.

Feature walls offer a strong focal point within any room and can really add character, and with our wallpaper pages you will find plenty of ideas to get your creative juices flowing, with botanical patterns, bird inspired prints, geometric designs and more.

Off to the kitchen, we bring you all you need to keep things squeaky clean, with a selection of sinks, taps and dishwashers; bringing the latest in style and innovative technologies.

Speaking of the kitchen, we visit Gemma and Mick’s newly built Meath home with their kitchen that offers space with a practical design and a number of unique features and a bold colour pop. A truly stunning end result by O’Connors of Drumleck.

Our readers’ homes this issue take us to Helen’s Bay and Veronica’s family home which has been lovingly restored and renovated to perfectly suit her needs, while retaining some of the old features and breathing a breath of fresh air into the interiors at the same time, to stunning effect.

Next we visit Gerry and Mary in their Dublin home beside the sea. Having spent the last 30 years in Paris, they found, and later renovated, their home to create a beautiful, light-filled abode with lots of character.

Back to County Meath, Lila and Eamon managed to turn a rundown property into a bright and inviting family home. With stunning views of the River Boyne and ancient ruins, they couldn’t pass by this house and instead snapped it up.

Our cookery pages this issue will transport you to Italy with five delicious recipes taken from Florentine by Emiko Davies, and travel takes us to 2016’s city of culture, Wroclaw and highlights all it has to offer. While closer to home we are off to the picturesque Roscommon finding local gems.

If you have a home, or know of someone who has a home, that you would like to see featured in the magazine contact editorial on 028 9147 3939 or email editorial@ihil.net


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