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Welcome to the new site from Reside by W2W

RESIDE at House 2017

August 31, 2017

RESIDE at House 2017

It is all over and what a weekend it was! This was our first time exhibiting at House having just launched RESIDE at a pop-up showroom in May 2017.

We decided to take inspiration from Scandinavia for our stand -simplicity, minimalism, and functionality. Scandinavian design has been extremely popular in the interiors world for the last few years and it shows no sign of slowing down. We displayed a selection of furniture from Danish Manufacturer Republic of Fritz Hansen.

RESIDE is W2W’S new residential furniture department with an exciting portfolio of leading furniture brands such as Moroso, Knoll Studio, Republic of Fritz Hansen and more. The RESIDE showroom is now open in Baldonnell Business Park, Dublin 22. Please email to schedule an appointment.

We were represented on the House Inspiration stage by our RESIDE manager Deirdre McAuliffe who discussed all things RESIDE on Sunday Morning with Eleanor Flegg from the Irish Independent. We featured on Saturday AM by Eva Byrne of Houseology- in case you missed it you can catch the clip below

We received so much positive feedback over the course of the weekend and judging by the number of images and videos on Instagram it got your approval too!

 

 

For all of the products on display and to see more of our products email hello@residebyw2w.ie or call us on 01-6420050.

Check out our Instagram page and Facebook page for more photos from the weekend.

 

The Republic of Fritz Hansen

Founded in Denmark in 1872, the Republic of Fritz Hansen collection contains some design classics such as Arne Jacobsen’s Egg, Swan and Series 7 chairs and more recently, a new modular sofa called Lune by renowned Spanish designer Jaime Hayon. Fritz Hansen aims to design beautiful furniture without compromising on quality. Fritz Hansen’s work is guided by the philosophy that a single piece of furniture can beautify an entire room or building.