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Laois exhibitor added to line-up for Ireland’s premier interior design event

Pictured at Café en Seine at the launch of house 2019, Ireland’s premium interior design event, were (l to r) Architect Hugh Wallace, Interior architect Róisín Lafferty, Architect Dermot Bannon, Interior designers Suzie McAdam and Amanda Hilton Sawyer.

A Laois exhibitor has been added to the line-up for house 2019, Ireland’s premier interior design event.

Zelouf & Bell Furniture Makers, based in Vicarstown, Co Laois, will be showcasing their creations.

The three-day event returns to the RDS Dublin for its fourth year from May 24 to 26.

This year’s line-up features architects Dermot Bannon and Hugh Wallace, interior designers Suzie McAdam and Amanda Hilton Sawyer, alongside interior architect Róisín Lafferty.

There will also be 160 hand-picked exhibitors and sponsors; and various stages, including the Inspiration Stage, the Trend Talks stage, and an Upcycling Area, where attendees can gain insights and advice from high-profile speakers.

Members of the Interiors Association will deliver Design Clinics at the event, where attendees can receive one-to-one advice from professional interior designers.

Cliona Carroll, Sponsorship and Events Manager at INM, said: “We’ll have a dedicated upcycling space and a focus on sustainability across all stages, and – as usual – our exhibitors will include the best Irish designers, manufacturers and retail brands.

“A new feature at house 2019 will be Made For You, a dedicated area for craftworkers and designer-makers to exhibit artistic products.

“Visitors will find everything from the functional to the strictly decorative, such as lamps, candles, mirrors, furniture, glassware, decorative arts and much more.

“House always attracts range of people from right across Ireland who may be interested in interior design, doing up a room or working on a refurbishment project or simply want to enjoy a day out.

“We’re looking forward to welcoming visitors from Laois and beyond again this year.”

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