Interior design: ‘There’s always something exciting happening in this business’
Three leading interior design entrepreneurs tell us about their motivations, aspirations and what advice they would give to those who want to blaze a similar trail
To celebrate this year’s International Women’s Day, we interview three female business owners who are blazing a trail in interior design across Ireland.
These inimitable women have not only changed the landscape of their industries respectfully, but also run Irish, independently owned, high-end and authentic businesses, for which their clients adore them.
We put a series of questions to the three designers about their jobs, motivations, aspirations, the interiors industry and...
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