‘House’ to inspire harmony in the home
CREATE a focus, change a layout, bring in the view, change the mood... it’s all in the pursuit of harmony in your home and if you’re looking for interiors inspiration and to fulfil your dream of a trend-led, cutting-edge space, then house 2017 is where it’s at.
Taking place in Dublin’s RDS from May 26 to 28, house 2017 is an unmissable celebration of interior design, a definitive showcase of world-class interiors with what’s best and what’s next in design.
Meet the practitioners and be educated and inspired by the array of well-known industry leaders and innovators including Jo Hamilton, one of the UK’s leading interior designers, Dermot Bannon, the leading voice in Irish architectural design and Roisin Lafferty, founder and managing director of Kingston Lafferty Design, one of Ireland’s foremost interior architecture and design houses, who will all take part in a series of talks on the house 2017 Inspiration Stage.
Over 180 market leading creative visionaries and design experts will share their inspiration and expertise. The calibre of exhibitor is second to none and will range from interior designers, furniture makers and suppliers, kitchen fit-out specialists, bathroom specialists, lighting experts, flooring providers, fabric suppliers, window providers, paint and wallpaper suppliers, home extension specialists and home accessory suppliers.
Exhibitors will include O’Hagan Design, Annie Sloan Paints, houseolo- gy, Waterford Stanley, Michael Farrell Kitchens, The Victorian Kitchen Company, Zelouf & Bell, Waterford Stanley, The Hardwood Flooring Company, House of Fabric and interior designers including Photo: Marc O’Sullivan). Ryle & Company, Hamilton Interiors, Ebony Rose Interiors, Kee Interiors, Egan Interiors, Level Design, Daylemon Designs, Mibeau Interiors and Phoenix Interior Design to name a few.
According to Brendan O’Connor, INM: ‘ Through the INM team, we have the ability to make key events part of the national conversation. We are a nation that consumes interiors magazines, knows all about light, space, flashes of colour and statement pieces.
‘ The appetite for home improvement continues to grow as consumers’ pursestrings are loosening again and the question is not can you afford to be at house 2017, but can you afford not to be?’
Cliona Carroll, Sponsorship and Events Manager at INM, said: ‘House 2017 represents an abundance of opportunity for exhibitors and sponsors alike and will place them in front of an audience of over 2.4 million nationwide through editorial support and a tactical cross platform marketing campaign.
‘High-end and aspirational, this event will bring together consumers and brands with over 180 exhibitors showcasing trend-lead interior concepts. Serious sellers and serious buyers will be in attendance, deals will be done, prospects presented, consultations booked and appointments made. If you’re considering renovation or purchasing a new home, house 2017 is a must attend event.’
Visiting house 2017 will help you in your mission to make your house beautiful and chic. But be warned, this show is sure to give you total interiors envy and make you want to rethink a few things about your home – you don’t want that piece of art, the gorgeous sofa or that quirky wall paper…you need it! Don’t miss out, put this in your diary now. Tickets €12 and on sale at www.house-event.ie
Dermot Bannon, architect and present of RTE’s Room to Improve, with Roisin Lafferty, owner of Kingston Lafferty Design, and Brendan O’Connor (