Interior design picks for 2021

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Adding to her cult-following family calendar, greet cards and prints, Ali Jones of Bold Bunny has launched a limited edition of mugs to her homeware collection. Adding to her design-led portfolio of printed goodies are the eagerly awaited range of bone china ‘SMUGS’ with fun graphics for loved ones including the ‘Bee Grand’ mug and ‘You’re My Lobster’ mug among the five styles which has been recently launched. 

Bold Bunny is a small, sustainable, climate-conscious business creating greet cards, prints and more. Established in 2011 by entrepreneur and creative, Ali Jones – Bold Bunny in Chief and all-round funny lady whose humour spills into her work.

After nine years and with 250 cards created, Bold Bunny is now known for its cool and contemporary range of Irish made prints and now homeware. SMUGS are available at www.boldbunny.ie.

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Irish designer paint brand, Curator, have opened an experiential paint pop up store on Dublin’s South Anne Street. A colourful space that is set to inspire creativity for those planning to ring in the new year with a fresh look to their interiors.

A unique paint collection created in collaboration with some of Irelands’ finest designers with vibrant

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10 Editor’s Picks from Interior Design’s January 2021 Edition of LAUNCH

Neutral tones employed in strong designs caught the attentions of our editors as highlighted in the January 2021 edition of LAUNCH. 

1. Pillow Sofa by Kassl Editions

Belgian design duo Muller Van Severen rethinks the fashion brand’s popular Pillow bags as a modular sofa with oil-coated cotton-blend cushions.

Standouts: In model accommodating one, two, or three people—corner seats included—Limonta provides the fabric for both pouf and club chair variations.


2. Storet by Acerbis 

A never-produced nightstand joins a reissued pillar-style chest of drawers, both originally visualized in 1994 by the late Italian architect/artist Nanda Vigo—and now offered with eye-catching lacquer.

Standouts: Available in black ash or dark-stained walnut veneers, designers can pick between eight glossy lacquers for drawer handles.


3. Arcadia by Matteo Pala

From the Prospettive Fantastiche collection by MM Company, the rug inspired by an architect’s two-dimensional pencil sketches provides a tactile experience, its pile shortening toward the center.

Standouts: Each of the four designs in the collection are made from a collection of wool and silk, the chromatic palette makes a bold statement measuring just 90.5 x 118inches. 


4. Puck by

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15 boho-chic decor picks that’ll give your home major style points in 2021

Boho chic style is having a big moment in home design right now. Our theory? Since we haven’t been able to seek adventure outside of our homes over the last year, we’re going bold indoors, instead.



a dining room table: danish dining room with mirror gallery wall


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danish dining room with mirror gallery wall

Over the years, boho design has come to mean a lot of things. Global-inspired elements that create a well-traveled feel. Natural and neutral elements that bring us closer to nature. An abundance of texture with a hand-made, artisanal touch. All of which feels especially welcome at this particular point in time. 

Boho embraces the relaxed and the carefree, with an eye for unusual and unexpected elements. Whether you define your boho style as eclectic and collected, or modern and natural, be sure to incorporate lots of natural materials, hand-touched techniques, and rich colors and fabrics into your spaces. 

Together, these ideas all create what we’ve come to see as boho design. And boho-chic elevates it to a new design standard. Now, we’ve found all the key pieces for you to craft the well-curated boho-chic look for your own home from sturdy jute rugs to stand-out chandeliers. 

Shop the assortment, below.

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