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High hopes for BMW’s fast crossover

High hopes for BMW’s fast crossover

Could the X2 M35i, fitted with the company’s most powerful four-cylinder engine yet, represent a new breed of hot hatch, asks Matt Robinson

Have a clean, green home

Have a clean, green home

From your choice of flooring to upcycled goods, sustainable interiors is the go-to approach for 2019. Jessie Collins looks at some ways to implement ethical and eco design into your home

Real, rakish and right on trend

Real, rakish and right on trend

From luxe minibars to over-the-top bathrooms, these are the interior styles of note this spring/summer, says Jessie Collins

Key to a healthy home

Key to a healthy home

Denise O’Connor shows you six ways to design your space with wellbeing in mind

What the buyers are  buying

What the buyers are buying

From mustard to modular furniture, Jessie Collins has the hot investment tips from some of the country’s leading interiors buyers right now

Toning it down – and up

Toning it down – and up

Interior design expert Róisín Lafferty offers her tips to transform the whole look of your home with some carefully chosen shades

Source book

Source book

From floors and finishes to quirky extras, these are the interiors addresses we always return to

The new delicious

The new delicious

From deeper jewel tones to exposed storage, what’s in and what’s out in kitchen design

Who lives in a house like this?

Who lives in a house like this?

Top architect Colm Doyle's Camden Street pad is a feast for the senses, combining cool charm with an enviable eye for detail, writes Ruth O'Connor

Look of the Irish

Look of the Irish

Ruth O’Connor selects the best of contemporary homegrown design

Mozart’s Magic Flute primed to hit the highest note of all

Mozart’s Magic Flute primed to hit the highest note of all

Chess With Sam Collins

Chess With Sam Collins

Off Message

Off Message

Is the internet generation more interested in watching screens than having bedroom scenes of their own? The latest episode suggests so

Light and breezy in Bordeaux

Light and breezy in Bordeaux

France’s famous Lillet apéritif - once favoured by, among others, James Bond - is enjoying a revival. Francesca Comyn travelled to Podensac in the beautiful south-west of the country to see where the wine-liqueur mix is made

Hidden magic

Hidden magic

Subtle spookiness abounds in Sarah Maria Griffin’s enthralling new novel Other Words for Smoke, featuring suburban tarot readings and two teenage protagonists who will fascinate young people and grown-ups alike, writes Anna Carey