March 12, 2018

Color Inspo: Luck of the Irish

Everyone is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, and we’re getting in the spirit! Celebrations throughout the month of March have us dreaming in green, and in the spirit of the Irish, we’re sharing our favorite festive design inspirations.

Lovely green in Purchase, NY.

 In Irish folklore, it is thought that painting your door red will keep away evil spirits. Other spiritual references say a red door symbolizes safety and shelter where one is welcome.

“Find a penny, pick it up. All day long, you’ll have good luck.”

The Luxe/Bohemian Peckham Rye Kitchen.

The most forgiving of all house plants, the chain of hearts plant. It is a trailing vine and looks great hanging from a shelf or in a small hanging basket.

The cutest vintage Irish hand cart.

Forest Park House complimented by Waterworks fixtures.

Waterworks Architectonics in Pine.

Beautiful Pea Green Kitchen.

Lucky Spinach Quiche, see link below for recipe.

The clover cocotte combines the performance and durability of enameled cast iron with a cheerful shape just right for springtime.

This lucious green centerpiece brings life to an Irish inspired table setting.

Irish Celtic Switch Plate

The Pool Room Oak Valley, South Africa.

Traditional Irish Leek & Potato Soup. See link below for this recipe from the Irish Countryside.

It’s traditionally believed that a St. Brigid’s Cross protects the home and family. It hangs in many Irish kitchens for this purpose.

Sources: Mendelson GroupMichelle Marsden Design, Twink + SisDeVol KitchensFresh FlowerOh JoyBright Design LabWaterworksDeVol KitchensDiamonds for DessertLe CreusetTwink + SisHome and Spirit@ihavethisthingwithfloorsThe View from Great Island, Mindy Brownes.