Irish Countryside Walks

Okay so we just liked that sentence. What does it have to do with home decor?!? Irish Countryside Walks are inspiring. Truly.

Well duh – it inspired this themed collage/mood board! As we prepare to leave Ireland for a few days I thought I should pay homage to it.

Inspired by some of our own pictures, this post attempts to encapsulate the things we see in the form of furniture, art, paint etc.

Our sources of inspiration:

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Churlish Green paint by Farrow&Ball

Petal Stripe in BP 2415 by Farrow & Ball kind of reminds us of all

the vines we see out on our country walks


Emerald Green by Martha Stewart.

All those stone hedge walls – Brown Grey by Martha Stewart.

Spice Gold by Benjamin Moore via West Elm.

Farm house entry table by Mrs Rekamepip on Etsy.

A Bunbury Board – Irish hardwood cutting boards made in Ireland! Perfect in any kitchen – a board with a story!


A Gumtree Belfast find! An old oak farm house chair.

Flower vase with handle by Eva Solo – found here on Unica Home.

Spotted this expensive beauty over at svpply.

Jonathon Adler chair also located on svpply.

Vintage antlers – on Unexpected Par Tie’s Etsy shop.

Rustic Horse Hames Mirror spotted on wood designs by Etsy shop.

An Irish Wolfhound – they are MASSIVE in real life? Ever seen one? Crafted with love by Elle J W available on Etsy.

Found this Newfoundland Crow image on 20×200 by Carrie Marill – stunning. Almost spooky. Head here quick before they are all gone!

Spring lambs are out and about right now in Ireland – so we had to include this adorable image by Sharon Montrose. Found on 20×200.

A key to an old cottage? Mug found on From the Wilde.

He isn’t Irish but actually Italian, but who would know? Found on 1stDibs.

Green like the ivy! Found on Modernica.

Time for an injection of inspiration again but this time from an Irish home – found this beautiful picture on design*sponge in the simply colour section (which I posted about before here) with a guest post by Lauren at colour collective.

Source.

Bansi jute bags found on The Hen House.

Handmade rocking horse made with Irish reclaimed wood. Found here.

Donegal Tweed – famous to say the least. Magee’s is renowned for it’s quality Donegal tweed… We heart it so here is a few more items from Magee’s.

You would have to love colour to love these napkins… But we liked their attitude.

You can find it here.

And a perfectly lovely mustard colour wood shelf to hold dog leashes (plural!!!) found on Etsy. Isn’t it awesome that it has a built in jar for wild flowers?

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