Thursday September 24, 2020

A sun salutation to bring more light into your home

The Irish love sunshine and the great outdoors, yet many are missing a major trick

12th June, 2016
Living can drift seamlessly between the interior and exterior realms Picture: Getty

Judging by the queues out the door at hardware and outdoor living stores last weekend, our summer has finally arrived. I’m sure there were many thousands of barbecues, outdoor chairs and parasols sold, putting our Mediterranean cousins to shame. As a nation, we love being outside; and when the sun shines, Ireland can be one of the most stunning countries in the world, thanks to a combination of the sun’s heat and the lush, green...

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