Alexander Fitzgerald

Alexander Fitzgerald

Perfectly papering over the cracks

Perfectly papering over the cracks

Like it or loathe it, there’s no sign of the wallpaper resurgence ending any time soon. Wallpaper remains a' lamode, and the best companies have gone big on pattern this season. If you’re feeling brave, there’s no shortage of eye-catching prints and

Tantalising glimpse of hotel glamour

Tantalising glimpse of hotel glamour

Over the past few years, hoteliers have responded ever more boldly to their guests’ demands for both luxury and aesthetic sophistication.

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A romantic bedroom calls for touches of luxury

A romantic bedroom calls for touches of luxury

With Valentine’s Day looming large on the horizon, what better excuse to give your bedroom a makeover and set the scene for an intimate occasion?

€635,000 for three-bed home in Clonskeagh

€635,000 for three-bed home in Clonskeagh

The private treaty sale of a semi-detached three-bedroom residence in Clonskeagh, Dublin 14 is likely to prove of interest to small families or couples seeking an easily-managed home which is convenient to the city centre and close to a number of pri

SieMatic designs a kitchen for all the senses

SieMatic designs a kitchen for all the senses

SieMatic’s S1 kitchen marks the latest development in the kitchen’s move towards a fully-fledged living zone. A price tag of €140,000 for a kitchen may seem the stuff of fantasy, not least in the current economic climate, yet it’s the minimum outlay

Metropolis: Style that never goes out of fashion

Metropolis: Style that never goes out of fashion

As his eponymous clothing label celebrates its silver anniversary and continues to expand, menswear guru Jeremy Hackett has some style advice for Irish men

Scheme of opulence

Scheme of opulence

By and large, showhouses tend to be rather analogous affairs. Conscious of the need to create a decor and interior that appeals to as wide a target market as possible, the interior designer charged with breathing decorative life into the space tends

Porsche takes it to the limit

Porsche takes it to the limit

The whole notion of a fitted kitchen, now matter how glossy its finish or how generous its storage, inescapably smacks of mundane domesticity.

Tree degrees of style for the festive season

Tree degrees of style for the festive season

When it comes to decorating the Christmas tree, ‘‘one style fits all’’ tinsel-and-bauble combos are out.

Deciphering an artistic impression of DNA

Deciphering an artistic impression of DNA

Who hasn’t ever secretly coveted a piece of truly original art to hang on the walls in their home?

Tax relief in central Dublin

Tax relief in central Dublin

A city centre location, coupled with tax breaks and starting prices of €265,000, should create interest from the starter market as well as investors in the latest release of apartments at Greeg Court on Parnell Street, Dublin 1.

City centre two-bed offers alternative to apartment

City centre two-bed offers alternative to apartment

The private treaty sale of a two-bedroom house in Dublin 8 presents an opportunity for buyers seeking an easily maintained home within walking distance of the city centre.

Zozimus celebrates life - and it’s first birthday

Zozimus celebrates life - and it’s first birthday

Since it opened almost one year ago to the day, Gallery Zozimus on Francis Street in Dublin 8 has earned a reputation among the cognoscenti as a fertile hunting ground for affordable artwork from some of the country’s most promising up-and-coming tal

Howth four-bedroom home with stunning sea views

Howth four-bedroom home with stunning sea views

Released onto the market last spring with a price tag of €4 million, Deepwater in Howth, north Co Dublin, is now on the books of Douglas Newman Good with a substantially reduced asking price of €2.5 million.