Model kitchens for less
BARGAIN HUNTER:Display model Poggenpohl kitchens are being sold off at Design House (01-2352222 Designhousedublin.com), at 8 Railway Road, Dalkey in Co Dublin.
One of the styles for sale is this polar white lacquer Modo design. It comes with 130mm thick Silestone quartz countertops and a full complement of appliances including an induction hob, oven, integrated dishwasher, stainless steel coffee machine, all by Miele; a Neff integrated fridge with ice box; a Blanco stainless steel sink and Grohe chrome tap. The kitchen is reduced from €36,514 to €18,257. It measures about 4.3m x 2.3m and will suit a medium-size space. Delivery is included in the price. Fitting in the Dublin area costs an additional €1,200 and €1,600 elsewhere.
Take a seat
Want to pony up for a hide-covered Eames-style rocking chair? Now you can for less. CA Design (01-514 3540 Cadesign.ie) which pops up in Antica’s new showroom at 6-7 Mulcahy Keane Industrial Estate, Greenhills Road, Walkinstown in Dublin 12 this Saturday, from 10am to 5pm, is offering Bargain Hunter readers who present today’s column the opportunity to buy the chair for €258.30, a reduction of 30 per cent on its usual retail price of €369. This offer is available to readers until January 31st. The shop is open by appointment at the Dublin 12 address throughout the month of January.
Add pep to workspaces with a 50cm high Anglepoise Type 75 Mini. It was created by Kenneth Grange who also redesigned London’s black cabs.
Irish Times readers who present this column can buy it at €89.90, down from €129.90 at Hicken Lighting, (01-677 7882 Hickenlighting.com), 17 Lower Bridge Street, Dublin 8.
Wave for the telly
A Wave TV unit in solid white oak is 90cm long, 40cm wide and 67cm deep. The oil and wax finish piece is reduced from €1,800 to €900, at The Malthouse Design Centre, NCR Road, Dublin 1.
It also has other offers including an Audrey tallgirl: a maple and cherry unit, by up-and-coming Irish designer Tricia Harris (087-9491662 Triciaharrisdesigns.com). An Indian laurel veneer motif on the quilted maple door is inspired by actress Audrey Hepburn’s role as Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany’s. It is reduced from €1,100 to €900.
Fishy deals will have you hooked at marine specialists
The “Name Your Price” sale at Fish Antics (01-2846364 Fishantics.com), the people who brought you the mesmerising aquarium at the Crème de la Mer counters in Brown Thomas, starts today. No reasonable offer on stock items, including aquariums, equipment, fish and corals, will be refused. Guide prices include an easy-to-keep and peaceful looking clown fish, the species that featured in the film Finding Nemo, down from €50 to €25. A host anemone home for Nemo is down from €75 to €35. A 70cm aquarium including filtration, heating and Led lighting is down from €2,999 to €1,299. Livestock; fish and corals will cost €600 (from €1,200). Sale ends January 19th at 73 York Road, Dún Laoghaire.