Lev­els of el­e­va­tion

The Irish Times - Thursday - Property - - Interiors -

Hang a line above coun­ters in the util­ity as this Norsu In­te­ri­ors im­age. If you have space and bud­get try the three-tier heated airer by Dry: Soon, ¤175, ex de­liv­ery, from Ama­zon. Norsu.com.au; Ama­zon.co.uk This is the time of year when homes be­come clut­tered with dry­ing bed li­nen and tow­els. This beech zig-zag dryer looks more ele­gant than the typ­i­cal clothes horse and costs about ¤45, from Gar­den Trad­ing. Gar­den­trad­ing.co.uk Cof­fered ceil­ings are hav­ing a mo­ment. The tra­di­tional tech­nique uses re­cessed lev­els to cre­ate a sense of el­e­va­tion. Add up­light­ing, as in this din­ing room in a Kingston man­sion, by Steffan Toll­gard, and the space is washed in am­biance and sub­tle colour­ing. Toll­gard.co.uk The Vic­to­rian pul­ley maid works well in homes with good ceil­ing heights and is also el­e­vated to a height that is out of sight. If hung over a ra­di­a­tor, it will dry bed­ding in jig time. About ¤99 on Fru­ugo. Fru­ugo.ie

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