Interior design: Oriana B is for bouncebackability
Lifestyle brand Oriana B got off the ground just days before the world went into lockdown, but its owner Katherine Deas is undaunted in the face of the challenge
There’s only so much lockdown painting, furniture reshuffling and clearouts one can take, which makes the nationwide reopening of furnishing and accessories outlets last week so very welcome. What’s even more inspiring is word of a new entrant to the market, lifestyle brand Oriana B, which specialises in original mid-century and contemporary furniture alongside creative homewares.
Mainly an online store but with a showroom in Irishtown in south Dublin (which will...
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