Irish Gift Guide: For the Home

December 3, 2012

Good morning, friends! I’m finishing up this post from Maine! I arrived last night and this morning it’s sunny and 50 degrees! I’ve been up since 6am thanks to the jet lag. I’m traveling up to China Village later today, but first I wanted to share another all-Irish gift guide. This time, lots of lovely things for your home!

1 / Torc candles, made in County Carlow

2 / Avoca blanket in cheery colors

3 / Ursula Celano cottages notebook

4 / Placed tea towel – in Irish!

5 / Home sweet home tile from KaroArt

6 / Modular noticeboard from Klickity

7 / Green milk and sugar set from Dunbeacon Pottery

8 / Wood cutting board available at the Irish Design Shop


  • Reply RenΓ© December 3, 2012 at 8:13 pm

    Thanks for the inclusion – lovely blog!

    • Reply emily December 4, 2012 at 8:59 pm

      You’re welcome, Rene! Love your products!

  • Reply Kristin December 3, 2012 at 8:26 pm

    I would be happy to receive any of these as gifts, but I especially love that tea towel. Great round-up, Emily!

    • Reply emily December 4, 2012 at 9:02 pm

      Thanks, Kristin! You should check out those candles as well – Article carries a range using blown glass votives and cinnamon and clove scent!

  • Reply Sharon December 5, 2012 at 9:23 pm

    We just got a Dunbeacon milk and sugar set as a gift. Our friend is really with it!

  • Reply Cosy Cafe / Brother Hubbard | From China Village December 13, 2012 at 4:35 pm

    […] I thought it might be fun to highlight a lovely Dublin cafe every once in a while. At this time of the year, there’s nothing cosier than sitting in a warm cafe with a cup of hot chocolate. Brother Hubbard on Capel Street (pronounced with an a like caper, not chapel!) in Dublin is a perfect spot to take a break from the crowds while you’re out picking up some Christmas gifts! […]

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