The Irish Times Home & Design TheatreThe Irish Times Home & Design Theatre Timetable
Times Company Presentation Title
12.55pm Opening Ceremony 1.00pm - 1.40pm Paul Costelloe Irish Interiors trends, What do Irish women want in their home? Alanna Gallagher chats to veteran designer Paul Costelloe 1.45pm - 2.15pm Aoife Rhatigan & Róisín Ingle PODCAST What IS the ideal home, what it means to different people, talk the ideal home.. what is it and how to get it. This to be recorded for the womens podcast 2.15pm -2.35pm Annemarie O'Connor Liz Dwyer talks to fashion stylist AnneMarie O’Connor about her style and her new book following her best seller 3.30pm - 3.50pm Arlene McIntyre How to get a showhouse look for your home with Alanna Gallagher 4.00pm - 4.20pm Orla Kelly Perfect Paint Colours: Advice for getting it right. Colour consultant Orla Kelly on how to choose the right shades for your home, with audience Q and A 4.45pm - 5.05pm Nigel Burke Cutting Edge: How 3D printing is transforming interiors
11.30am - 11.50pm Roisin Lafferty Interior trends for now: Alanna Gallagher talks about the latest trends to Roisin 12:30pm - 12:50pm Liz Dwyer Tidying your tech… Our homes are full of gadgets and tech equipment. 1.15pm - 1.35pm Lisa Cannon Tablescapes and entertaining - Inspiration for table settings 2.00pm - 2:20pm Orla Kelly Perfect Paint Colours: Advice on getting it right with Colour consultant Orla Kelly 2.30pm - 2.50pm Fiona Reddan & Fiona Duke of permanent tsb Investing in Property: Angela Keegan, Myhome; Fiona Reddan and Fiona Duke permanent tsb discuss with Q and A from audience 3.15pm - 3.35pm Ann O'Neill PODCAST Wills and Wonts: Kathy Sheridan talks to Family Law specialist Ann O’Neill about the practicalities and pain of disposing of the family home.
11.15am - 11.35pm Fionnuala Fallon Starting a small garden from scratch. Irish Times Gardening expert Fionnuala Fallon has advice on how to make a small space sing. 12:00pm - 12:20pm Shane Holland Get the Lighting Right: Gary Quinn asks lighting and furniture designer Shane Holland about creating different moods in the home with lights 1.00pm - 1.20pm permanent tsb How to get on the property ladder. Angela Keegan, Fiona Reddan and permanent tsb talk about the Dos and Donts of home finance. 2.00pm - 2:20pm Phillippa Buckley Small space, big ideas: Philippa Buckley of Studio 44 Design tells Emma Cullinan how to redecorate on a budget. 3.00pm - 3.20pm Emma Cullinan Is your home working? Emma Cullinan talks to Eva Byrne of houseology 3.45pm - 4.05pm Fionnuala Rogerson Growing old at home takes some adapting. Frances O’Rourke talks to the architect Fionnuala Rogerson
11.30am - 11.50pm Helen James The Considered Home. Liz Dwyer talks to Dunnes designer Helen James about creating a sense of style in the home 12:15pm - 12:35pm Andrew Rudd Make the most of your kitchen - Conor Pope talks about the latest kit for the kitchen with Andrew 1.15pm - 1.35pm Leonie Corcoran Baby in the House: Irish Times Health editor Leonie Corcoran gets expert advice on how to baby proof your home 2pm - 2.20pm Conor Pope Collecting Art like a Pro. Conor Pope gets some expert advice 2.45pm - 3.05pm Lucina Lennon Restyle...Revamp....Renovate with Lucina Lennon of The Paintmakers House and Liz Dwyer 3.15pm - 3.35pm Homestay & AirBnB Joined by AirBnB super host Karen O’Rourke & a Homestay.com host about what you need to do to keep your guests happy & what it is like to take in paying guests 3.45pm - 4.05pm Dermot Kane Will I be crucified by tax if I rent out part of my home? Accountant Dermot Kane of Taxasist.ie will talk about the tax implications for renting plus Q and A plus handouts..
The Irish Times Home & Design Theatre will be at the centre of The Irish Times Home Interiors Fair @ the permanent tsb Ideal Home Show.
Because this event is all about ideas and inspiration for the home, we ask leading creative experts to share their ideas and their experiences with home owners in the specially built Design Theatre located in the heart of The Irish Times Home Interiors Fair.
Talks will include the latest ideas on interior design and décor, new home design, extending your home, colour choices, lighting, use of space and garden design.
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28th
1pm: Introduction to the Irish Times Home & Design theatre by Irish Timesjournalist Orna Mulcahy followed by the first talk, What do Irish women want in their home? Veteran designer Paul Costelloe, who has extended his sphere of influence from the catwalk to the home, tells journalist Alanna Gallagher how the design processes differ and how he forecasts trends.
1.45pm: The Ideal Home – What it is, and what it means to different people? Irish Times journalist Róisín Ingle and RTÉ’s Design Doctor Aoife Rhattigan talk about what home means, and ask the audience how they go about getting it. This session will be recorded for the Irish TimesWomen’s Podcast, to be broadcast on irishtimes.com.
2.15pm: Closet therapy. Liz Dwyer asks closet therapist and stylist Anne Marie O’Connor about the best ways to keep clothes in their place.
3.30pm: How to get a showhouse look for your home. Alanna Gallagher gets top tips from interior designer Arlene McIntyre who has worked on some of the most luxurious showhouses in the country.
4pm: Perfect paint colours – advice for getting it right. How do you successfully bring colour into your home? How do you know which colours will work taking into account the aspect of the room? What is the difference between cool and warm colours? And how do you pick a palette? Colour consultant Orla Kelly talks to Alanna Gallagher about choosing the right shades for your home. With audience Q&A.
4.45pm: Cutting Edge: How 3D printing is transforming interiors.Managing director of 3D Printing Dublin Nigel Burke talks to Liz Dwyer.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29th
11.30am: Interior trends for now. Alanna Gallagher talks to interior designer Róisín Lafferty of design firm Kingston Lafferty about the latest trends in interior design and how to incorporate them into your own home. With audience Q&A.
12.30pm: Tidying your tech. Our homes are full of gadgets and tech equipment. Liz Dwyer gets some tips on how to tame all those wires, plus what equipment to discard and what to keep. With audience Q&A.
1.15pm: Tablescapes and entertaining with Lisa Cannon. Inspiration for table settings for a causal lunch, an autumn dinner and a festive feast. The perfect mix of crockery, linen, flowers and accessories for talking-point tables. In discussion with Liz Dywer.
2pm: Perfect paint colours – advice for getting it right. Orna Mulcahy talks to colour consultant Orla Kelly on how to choose the right shades for your home. With audience Q&A.
2.30pm: Investing in property. Angela Keegan, managing director of Myhome.ie, personal finance journalist Fiona Reddan from The Irish Timesand Permanent TSB branch manager Fiona Duke discuss the latest trends in the property market.
3.15pm: Wills and Won’ts The practicalities and pain of disposing of the family home. Irish Times columnist Kathy Sheridan talks to solicitor and family law specialist Ann O’Neill about issues that arise when a home has to go. With audience Q&A. This session will be recorded for the Irish TimesWomen’s Podcast to be broadcast on irishtimes.com
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30th
11.15am: Starting a small garden from scratch. Irish Times gardening expert Fionnuala Fallon has advice on making a small space sing. With audience Q&A.
Noon: Get the lighting right. Five tips to follow when investing in lights for your home. Irish Times journalist Gary Quinn asks lighting and furniture designer Shane Holland about creating different moods with lights.
1pm: How to get on the property ladder – a first-time buyers’ guide. Angela Keegan, managing director of Myhome.ie, personal finance journalist Fiona Reddan with The Irish Times and Permanent TSB branch manager Corina McGuinness discuss the latest trends in the property market. With audience Q&A.
2pm: Small space, big ideas. Philippa Buckley of Studio 44 Design shows Liz Dwyer how to redecorate on a budget.
3pm: How to get on with your architect. Renovating or building a home can be stressful, but a skilled architect will make the project run smoothly.Irish Times journalist Emma Cullinan talks to architect Eva Byrne about how to keep a project running smoothly.
3.45pm: Growing old at home takes some adapting. Journalist Frances O’Rourke asks architect Fionnuala Rogerson about changes that can be made to a home so that elderly owners can stay on and feel secure.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 31st
12.15pm: Kitchen gadgets – the good, the bad and the brilliant. Chef and entrepreneur Andrew Rudd and Irish Times journalist Conor Pope talk about the latest kit for the kitchen, what’s essential and what you can do without.
1.15pm: How to baby-proof your home. With Irish Times journalist Leonie Corcoran.
2pm: Collecting art like a pro. Conor Pope gets some expert advice.
2.45pm: Restyle and revamp your furniture. Create stylish new pieces using paint techniques and a dash of imagination. Liz Dywer talks to expert upcycler Lucina Lennon about how to do it.
3.15pm: How to be a successful Airbnb or Homestay host. Irish Times travel columnist Joan Scales talks to Airbnb superhost Karen O’Rourke and Maireád Corr, a host with Homestay on what you need to do to set up your home for guests. Plus audience Q&A.
3.45pm: Tax and the paying guest. Will I be crucified by tax if I rent out part of my home? Accountant Dermot Kane of Taxasist.ie will talk about the tax implications for renting. Plus audience Q&A and tip sheet handouts.
Exhibitors who are interested in presenting at the event should contact the organisers.