Kicking off on October 30th, the Knitting and Stitching Show at the RDS, Dublin is a place where old-school traditionalists cross needles with younger(...)

Save the old grind of grout Give your kitchen or bathroom a face-lift and say goodbye to scrubbing moulded grout between splashback and shower (...)

When the owners bought number 77 South Avenue in 2003, the previous resident had been running a hairdressing salon from the house. Clients entered vi(...)

While it has a Sandymount address, number 23 Serpentine Avenue is situated at the Ballsbridge end of this busy throughway, almost directly opposite t(...)

Cherryfield Avenue is a quiet cul-de-sac of stucco-fronted houses off Ranelagh’s Sandford Road. The road comprises lower and upper levels. Number 19 i(...)

A palate-tickling array of delights will be served at the Spectacular Christmas Food Emporium, part of the National Craft and Design Fair, which runs (...)

Mussel power

These playful felt mussels, handmade using 100 per cent wool, will delight adults and older kids alike. They’re for decorative purposes only, “more(...)

From the outside number 24 Garville Lane looks smart but small. But it has a Dr Who Tardis-like quality: It is much bigger than it appears. Carpenter(...)

“Number 8 Grove Avenue is so secreted away that we have never been able to successfully order a takeaway as the delivery boy can never find the addre(...)

When Cian McDonald, who jointly runs the Grooming Rooms on South William Street with John Erraught, bought this 1930s two-bedroom cottage in 2004 the(...)