Above: Made by the venerable Mourne Textile Workshop, a longtime Remodelista favorite: decorative pillows of hand-loomed wool tweeds. Shown top to bottom is the Hawthorne Tweed Pillow in black ($125 for the 15-inch square shown here), Elder Tweed Pillow in gray ($165), plus a Noche Blanket from The Citizenry’s Peru collection; $275. Read more about Mourne in our London Market Spotlight.
Above: An Aster Tweed Pillow in indigo ($165 for the 20-inch size shown here) and Gorse Tweed Pillow in yellow ($125) atop a Peruvian San Pedro Throw; $195. On the floor is a Laurel Tweed Pillow in cobalt; $165.
Above: Brother-sister duo Banbridge Linen Workshop is working to revive the country’s rich manufacturing tradition with a new take on your grandmother’s Irish linen. Two-toned Belmont Napkins can be folded to show dark blue, light blue, or both; $60 for a set of four.
Above: The color-blocked linen Darcy Apron has five utility pockets and flaunts the coordinates of where it was made; $85.
Above: Based in County Wicklow, Hill Picket Studio puts equal emphasis on selecting the best Irish timber from individual trees and the exacting process of carving the wood. Their Monduff Serving Boards are made of Irish sycamore with inlaid details in walnut; $145 to $165, depending on size.
Above: Avoca Serving Boards are made of Irish beechwood with sycamore borders and walnut inlays. They’re available in three sizes ranging in price from $50 to $115.