The Home Show with Sinead Ryan
The Home Show with Sinead Ryan
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Sinead speaks to Michael Kelly from GIY about keeping Hens. Joey Sheahan tells us about the mortagae market for first time buyers in 2024. We have a Legal Clinic with Catherine Ardagh and we talk bathrooms with Denise O’Connor
On this week's Home Show Podcast: Life on a houseboat. Will new permit increases turn an affordable alternative into an expensive luxury? Ryanair bulk buying new builds in Swords raised the ire of many but they’re not the first company to do it? Historian Donal Fallon explains. Sinead meets the visual artist of the year who made her name painting interiors. And Jenny Sheahan runs us through the dos and don’ts of Airbnb lettings
This week on The Home Show Podcast: Estate Agent, Owen Reilly on selling Ireland's dream homes; we'll be finding out about the prestigious 'EUmies Awards', the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture - the highest honour a building can receive - with Séan Mahon, President of the RIAI; timber framer, James Grace gives us a roofing masterclass; and we'll be exploring the ways we can ditch the smart tech in our homes with show regular, Niamh Maher.
This week on The Home Show Podcast: Have you heard of the new travel trend of "set-jetting"? Pól Ó Conghaile, Travel Editor at the Irish Independent and Independent.ie joins Sinead to explain all; if you’ve been an avid follower of The Crown you’ll be fascinated by an auction coming up which is selling off the throne, golden carriage, and even No. 10 Downing street - Sinead speaks with Bonham Auctioneers ahead of their sets and props sale; we hear from a couple of exhibitors ahead of Showcase Ireland 2024 which opens tomorrow at the RDS in Dublin; and Natasha Rocca Devine on bar and hotel decor and how to recreate the luxe look in your own home.
The week on The Home Show Podcast: Owner of Sway Pilates Studio, Naomh Kirwan has some tips on putting together a home exercise routine using whatever you have lying around the house; Killian Woods, Senior Business Reporter with the Business Post on why international funds are still able to buy up entire housing estates; stylist Judy Gilroy on her new venture 'Clossy'; and Denise O'Connor of Optimise Design on simplifying the decision-making process with home renovations.
This week on The Home Show Podcast: Housing prices are stabilising but still rising so is there cause for some optimism on prices going into 2024? Carol Tallon, CEO of Property District joins Sinead to discuss; Paul Merriman from AskPaul.ie will be helping to reset our finances for the year; Sinead meets Anne Healy, founder of Biddy’s Good Luck Horse Shoes; and Jen Sheahan tells us what’s on trend in patterns for 2024.
This week on The Home Show Podcast: To look back on 2023's best and worst interior design trends as well as what we might expect in 2024 is Natasha Rocca Devine of NRD: Interior Design Studio; Jennifer Sheahan former home of the year winner; and Peter Irvine. Simon Thompson from The Hunt Museum also joins Sinead to chat about the launch of their 'Kite Power Festival: Fun with Wind Energy' plus Niamh Maher, Commercial Creative Director with @TheJournal_ie to talk New Year's decorations.
This week on the Home Show: Kevin Dundon, owner of Dunbrody Country House Hotel stops by to give us some Christmas dinner tips ahead of the big day Tara O'Connor from the Designed Table has some suggestions for a beautifully laid Christmas table, Vaughan Yates, owner of the Virgin Mary Bar, a non-alcoholic drinks brand joins Sinead to go through some of the finest non-alcoholic alternatives on the market Arlene McIntyre, founder and creative director of Ventura Design and V2 Living on how the rich and famous decorate for the festive season
This week on The Home Show Podcast: Food historian Regina Sexton takes Sinead on a journey of Christmas food through the ages from medieval to modern times; Donough Cahill from the Irish Georgian Society talks us through grants for thatched, listed, and protected buildings; everyone’s favourite food and wine buff, Tom Doorley stops by to go through his veg hits and misses from 2023; and former home of the year winner, Jennifer Sheahan has some creative Christmas wrapping and edible gift ideas this festive season.
This week on The Home Show Podcast: Brian Lloyd from Entertainment.ie is back with us as we continue our series on famous homes in the movies. This week we take a look at houses featured in Christmas films such as Home Alone, The Holiday, and It's a Wonderful Life. Artist Liz Walsh gives us a masterclass on the Japanese art of wrapping presents in fabric. Sinead speaks to the Irish Pop Up Collective about their gift fair, and Niamh Maher talks about revamping spaces in your home with minimal effort and her gift guide for children of all ages.
This week on The Home Show Podcast: The Home Show Gift guide with Lorraine Keane and Russell Alford; we explore the 12 interior "don'ts" of Christmas according to journalist and craft historian Eleanor Flegg; plus we chat to interior designer Natasha Rocca Devine on maximising your spaces for those extra visitors this festive season
This week Sinéad talks to the founders of "Within the Village," a remarkable restoration project nestled in the picturesque landscapes of Western Ireland. Next, our green-thumbed expert, Irish gardener Peter Dowdall, will share invaluable tips and tricks to ensure your garden remains a source of joy in your life. Looking to cozy up your home this holiday season? Sinead has you covered with her top picks for interior and home-related books, perfect additions to your Christmas wish list. And finally, Jennifer Sheehan will inspire you with her insights on decorating small spaces, proving that size should never limit your style.
The week on The Home Show Podcast: Sinead chats to dog behaviour expert, Nanci Creedon, about why you should think twice before you get a dog for Christmas; gardening grandad, Gerald Stratford, affectionately known as the 'Veg King' joins Sinead to talk about his newfound stardom; we’ll have tips on buying a rug for your home with Clare Vallely, co-owner and Managing Director of Kukoon Rugs; and if you or a family member are thinking about downsizing your home, Denise O’Connor is with us this week to outline what needs to be considered.
This week on The Home Show podcast: Sinead is joined by Sonya Lennon and Brendan Courtney who have created a transformative lifestyle collection with Kilkenny Design; Ciara O'Brien, Irish Times business and technology journalist has some tips ahead of Black Friday and Cyber Monday later this month; Suzy O’Keefe from the Design & Crafts Council of Ireland talks Irish Design Week 2023; and we get some insights into how we can glam up our homes on a budget with Natasha Rocca Devine.
This week Sinead delves into a cozy winter lineup. First, gardening guru Peter Dowdall shares essential tips for nurturing your garden during the chilly months. Then we unravel the do's and don'ts of mattress shopping with insights from Youlanda Kelly, alongside Des Kelly, Executive Director. Get inspired by the vibrant world of artist Orla Walsh, hailed as Ireland's own Andy Warhol. Plus, ever heard of a breakfast pantry? Niamh Maher, Creative Director at Journal Media, is here to reveal the secrets of this morning marvel.
This week on The Home Show Podcast: Designer Orla Kiely joins us to talk about her new furniture collection. Entertainment.ie movie editor Brian Lloyd, is back with us as we continue our series on famous homes from film - this week we are looking at houses featured in Amityville, The Others, and What Lies Beneath. Jennifer Sheahan has some tips on decorating your home for Halloween. And a creative pop-up opened in Kildare Village this week showcasing the work of 24 craft and design makers from Kildare. Sinead is joined by the lady who led the project, Claire Dunleavy from Kildare LEO.
This week on the Home Show Podcast: TV personality Brian Dowling on his new Virgin media television programme 'The Salvage Squad'. Architect, Niall McLaughlin, on designing the International Rugby Experience in Limerick. Paula McGovern, owner of Wizard & Grace Essential Oil Candles in Kinsale And Arlene McIntyre on creating the perfect dressing rooms and walk-in wardrobes.
Brian Lloyd, Entertainment.ie Movies Editor is back with us this week as we continue our series on famous homes in film. This week the house featured in the Money Pit. The Ideal Homes exhibition is on next weekend at the RDS in Dublin. Sinead chats to furniture designers Nicky O'Dwyer and Donnacha Ryan co- founders of Metal and Mallet- they create pieces out of storm damaged fallen trees. Rudolf Wortmann of OOAK (One of a kind) also joins in to talk about his bespoke designs. And Niamh Maher speaks about the interior trends we won’t be bringing with us into 2024, along with the demise of the shelfie.
This week on The Home Show podcast: We'll be talking house swapping with Howth resident, Robin Blandford. Sean Defoe, Newstalk’s political correspondent, on what the budget might have in store for homeowners, renters, and landlords. Emmett Scanlon, Director of the Irish Architecture Foundation joins Sinead to preview 'Open House Dublin' - the free festival of architecture taking place between 7–15 October. And Denise O’Connor from Optimise Design on transforming your spare room into a hobby zone.