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Last chance for reductions this season at La Maison Chic

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Discover one off accessories, furniture, sofas, lighting, and more at the La Maison Chic home sale. La Maison Chic, located at 11 Lower Abbeygate Street, is also offering free fabrics, paint, and wallpaper design advice in the shop by appointment only.

Summer sale at La Maison Chic

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La Maison Chic’s sale continues with 20 per cent off all stock for one week only. The shop is also offering free interior advice by appointment.

Only the finest curtains and roman blinds at La Maison Chic

La Maison Chic’s new boutique, located at 11 Lower Abbeygate Street, Galway, is now offering free fabric, paint, and wallpaper design advice in store. The boutique is open seven days a week until Christmas with late opening on Thursdays and Saturdays.

Back to our roots for 2010 trends

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Laurent Billiet, director of La Maison Chic, member of the Irish Association of Interior Designers, reports the trends from the biggest interior design trade show Maison et Objets held in Paris at the end of January 2010.

Fabrics for less at La Maison Chic

For the month of February only, renowned designer La Maison Chic is offering to beat any quote you have on all fabrics and wallpapers. This includes wallpapers and fabrics from Zoffany, Casamance, Ralph Lauren, James Hare, Nobilis, Elitis, Arte, James Brindley, Prestigious, Cole and Sons, Sanderson, Harlequin, Malabar, Brian Yates, Beacon Hill, and Anna French.

At home With La Maison Chic

Buying carpet for the first time can be an overwhelming experience. Negotiating the seemingly endless variety of colours, styles, and brands can a daunting task for the first time carpet buyer. Fortunately it's really not as difficult as it may first appear.

At home With La Maison Chic

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The colours of living — part one

Blue Monday, green with envy, in the pink -— colours are often associated with moods and emotions. Colours affect us psychologically, a fact that should be considered when decorating.

The colours of living — part two

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Colours affect our minds, our physiologies, and our social interactions. The colours you choose when decorating a room can have an effect on any occasion that you hold there. The dining room is a place of delicate social situations. By considering the psychological effects of colours, you can make your dining room a more relaxing place to eat and gather.

Brighten up, summer is here

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Thinking about bringing that summer feel into your home? What better than picking bright natural colours outside and using them in your interiors. Look in the garden and select colours from your favourite blooms. Summer flowers offer a plethora of colour selections — fuchsia impatiens, purple pansies, pink hydrangeas, and lavender lilacs are just the beginning of the cool floral rainbow.

 

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