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Bungalow Bliss! Great House Revival

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    “It’s the excitement of amazing design that I just love,” he says. “Also, encouraging people and designers to think outside the box; encouraging them to not stick to what they’re comfortable with, but to explore and push the boundaries.”  Hugh’s enthusiasm for his craft is palpable. His absolute passion is restoration - everything from humble farm buildings to the great houses of Ireland. “My greatest passion is our architectural heritage. Seeing it re-envisaged and reimagined as homes, offices, restaurants, coffee shops etc., bringing the past into the presentis very special. It’s about keeping the fabric of our buildings...

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A Month-by-Month Spring Checklist For Your Irish Garden, Backyard and Balcony

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  It doesn’t matter whether you have a large front garden, backyard or small balcony plot. There are so many ways a little bit of green and nature adds value to our homes. It starts now in the coldest months of the year! Here’s a handy monthly checklist to see you through Spring -  it will help you prepare your garden big or small for the growing season ahead.     January Now that the Christmas decorations are stored away and the house has been rescued from the visitor footfall, it’s time to prepare your plants and garden spaces for...

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How to Clean, Organise And Add Storage In Your Shed

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  Are you ready to finally clear out, organise and enhance your garden shed with the type of storage space you have been yearning for? Well now that the Irish season of Imbolc is here, we can safely say it's spring clean time. It’s also time to get that garden pruned back and prepped for the growing season. You’ll need a decent base from which you can store away your cleaning products, tools and temporarily put away household items whilst decluttering indoors. Guess where? That garden shed of course! So read on for ways to get your shed in tiptop...

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