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January 1, 2015

Everything’s Rosy.

Is the title of our latest published work to kick off this New Year, in the February 2015 issue of Ireland’s Homes Interiors & Living magazine…
The cover plus pages 66 to 79 in the February 2015 issue of Ireland's Homes Interiors & Living magazine featuring Janet and Ken Hamilton's traditional Irish cottage in the County Down village of Greyabbey.
.. pages 66 to 79, plus on the cover too – featuring Janet and Ken Hamilton’s traditional Irish cottage in the County Down village of Greyabbey.

“Ken and Janet loved their holiday home in Greyabbey, County Down, so much that they decided to move there permanently.”

Which we talked about shooting here: Something old, something new.

Anyway, making the cover is great way to start the New Year, so over the moon at having achieved this too – and so would just like to say congratulations to Ken and Janet here…
Janet Hamilton in the living room of her traditional Irish cottage in the County Down village of Greyabbey.
.. once again, for this time making it onto the cover of this absolutely beautifully printed Irish glossy magazine – and a big thank you everyone else involved here too.

From Marie, Mandi & me @ ampimage.com – wishing you all, a vey Happy & Prosperous New Year smile

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December 2, 2014

Cream of The Crop.

Is the title of our latest published work in the January 2015 issue of Ireland’s Homes Interiors & Living magazine…
The cover plus pages 84 to 97 in the January 2015 issue of Ireland's Homes Interiors & Living magazine featuring Alastair and Pauline Bingham's chalet bungalow in the County Down town of Bangor.
.. on pages 84 to 97, plus on the cover too – featuring Alastair and Pauline Bingham’s chalet bungalow in the County Down town of Bangor.

“When Pauline went house-hunting in Bangor, Co Down, she was on the trail of that elusive ‘feeling’ – and after exhausting viewings of older properties as well as new-builds she found it in this 1980s chalet bungalow.”

Which we talked about shooting here: All Change.

Anyway, making the cover too is great way to start the New Year – which is hard to believe is so near – so over the moon at having achieved this – and so would just like to say congratulations to Alastair and Pauline here…
Alastair and Pauline Bingham in the living room of their detached chalet bungalow in the County Down town of Bangor.
.. for this time making it into this absolutely beautifully printed Irish glossy magazine – and a big thank you everyone else involved here too.

From Marie, Mandi & me @ ampimage.com – where you can read more about what we do smile

November 4, 2014

Festive Elegance.

Is the title of our latest published work in the December 2014 issue of Ireland’s Homes Interiors & Living magazine…
Pages 78 to 86 in the December 2014 issue of Ireland's Homes Interiors & Living magazine featuring Seamus Sweeney's cottage style bungalow near Holywood in County Down at Christmas.
.. on pages 78 to 86 – featuring Seamus Sweeney’s cottage style bungalow near Holywood in County Down at Christmas.

“As Belfast businessman Seamus Sweeney settles down to enjoy Christmas in his elegant home, he can hardly believe that his first instinct was to knock down the property, until he fell in love with it’s period charm. A last minute execution for the 1920s bungalow – not to mention a major re-style – has given it a new lease of life and created a modern home retaining all the charm of its classic provenance.”

Which we talked about shooting here: Christmas comes early.

Anyway, it is obviously the magazine’s Christmas issue – which does now seem to come around much earlier each year, as it only seems like a few months ago since I was taking the Christmas tree down – so must remember to take it down a bit earlier this year 🙂

Seriously though, with less than 2 month to go, the festive session has begun – and so we are now on the look-out for next years Christmas homes – so do let us know if you are up for it or know of someone who is, as we would love to hear from you.

Anyway congratulations to Seamus here, for this time making it into this beautifully printed Irish glossy magazine – which besides being jam-packed with homes, features and competitions worth ÂŁ2,500 – really does start the festive season off with elegance.

Have a great pre-Christmas everyone, from Marie, Mandi & me @ homesinteriors.com – where you can read more about what we do… should you like your home featured too at some point in time 🙂

October 5, 2014

20 year anniversary.

‘Recalled To Life’ is the title of our latest published work which can be seen on the cover and in the November 2014 issue of Ireland’s Homes Interiors & Living magazine…
The cover plus pages 84 to 94 in the November 2014 issue of Ireland's Homes Interiors & Living magazine featuring Fiona and Conor O'Kane's detached Victorian Gentleman’s residence in Belfast.
.. on pages 84 to 94 – featuring Fiona and Conor O’Kane’s detached Victorian Gentleman’s residence in Belfast.

“Fiona and Conor saw past the dubious dĂ©cor and overgrown ivy-clad walls of this faded Victorian gentleman’s residence in Belfast to restore its sparkle with stylish and practical interiors.”

Which we talked about here: Gentleman’s residence when we shot it.

Anyway, it was the magazine’s 20th-anniversary issue – so it was really great to see after all these years that we were still able to make it onto their cover, as we were on the cover of their very first issue too…
The cover plus pages 44 to 51 in the November / December 1994 issue of Northern Ireland Homes Interiors and Living magazine featuring Whinstone Cottage near Mount Stewart in Newtownards.
.. as well as inside on pages 44 to 51, which featured Whinstone Cottage near Mount Stewart in Newtownards.

A massive achievement – and with over 4.5 million sales too – a big Congratulations is definitely in order.

Hard to believe it’s been 20 years since Mike first came to see me about this wee idea he had to start a magazine.

From that first cover to his latest, that wee idea become huge – and has therefore created many opportunities since and opened up a lot of doors too – which I would personally like to thank him for.

Plus congratulations to Fiona and Conor once again, for this time, making it into this beautifully printed Irish glossy magazine, which is jam-packed with homes, features and competitions… and 20 years in the making too Smile

Way to go everyone, from Marie, Mandi & me @ ampimage.com

August 2, 2014

Victorian Vintage.

Is the title of our latest published work in the September 2014 issue of Ireland’s Homes Interiors & Living magazine…
Pages 82 to 95 in the September 2014 issue of Ireland's Homes Interiors & Living magazine featuring Keith and Amanda Cunningham's renovated double fronted mid terrace house in Belfast.
.. on pages 82 to 95 – featuring Keith and Amanda Cunningham’s renovated double fronted mid terrace house in Belfast.

“Amanda and Keith used vintage inspiration and shabby chic furniture to transform dingy workplace offices into a stunning forever family home in Belfast.”

Which we talked about here: Never work with children or animals – when we shot it.

Anyway, a massive 14 page spread which looks really stunning – so this is just a quick note to say a big thanks to everyone involved here – and congratulations to Keith and Amanda here…
Amanda Cunningham in the living room of her renovated double fronted mid terrace home in Belfast.
.. once again, for this time making it into this beautifully printed Irish glossy magazine.

From Marie, Mandi & me @ ampimage.com

March 9, 2014

Mix and Match

.. is the title of our latest published work, in the April 2014 issue of Ireland’s Homes Interiors & Living magazine…
Pages 80 to 91 of the April 2014 issue of Ireland's Homes Interiors & Living magazine featuring Kathryn and Ben Callaghan's detached bungalow near Killyleagh in County Down.
.. pages 80 to 91 – featuring Kathryn and Ben Callaghan’s detached bungalow near Killyleagh in County Down.

“Kathryn and Ben have transformed a Killyleagh country style, architect designed home into the perfect setting for their classic contemporary look.”

Which we talked about here: Spring is in the air – at the time when we shot it.

Stunningly reproduced as always – which is what I love so much about this magazine – so this is just a quick note to say a big thanks to everyone involved here in this feature and congratulations to Kathryn & Ben once again – as well as their daughter Elizabeth too – for making it into this beautifully printed Irish glossy magazine.

From Marie, Mandi & me @ ampimage.com

June 6, 2013

Home Truths.

Is the title of our latest published work in the July 2013 issue of Ireland’s Homes Interiors & Living magazine…
Pages 68 to 80 in the July 2013 issue of Ireland's Homes Interiors & Living magazine featuring John Baird's converted Cornmill near Comber in County Down.
.. on pages 68 to 80 – featuring John Baird’s converted Cornmill near Comber in County Down.

“John, a semi-retired architect, lives in a converted stone mill on a third of an acre site outside Comber, the market town in the heart of the County Down countryside.”

Which we talked about shooting here: A Fabulous Converted Cornmill.

And what a home it is – because it sure does look amazing in this beautifully printed magazine – which is printed at 175 lpi on very good quality paper – so the images always look stunning…
The living room in John Baird's converted Cornmill near Comber in County Down.
.. especially those double page spreads.

Twelve pages of them too – so very very pleased with that and great to see this month.

Way to go John – from Marie, Mandi & me.

July 6, 2012

Suburban Charm.

Is the title of our latest published work in the August 2012 issue of Ireland’s Homes Interiors & Living magazine…
The cover plus pages 82 to 94 in the August 2012 issue of Ireland's Homes Interiors & Living magazine featuring Marie and Alan McMillen's 1920's semi detached house in the tree-lined Cherryvalley area of Belfast.
.. on pages 82 to 94, plus on the cover too – featuring Marie and Alan McMillen’s 1920’s semi detached house in the tree-lined Cherryvalley area of Belfast.

“Marie & Alan thoroughly enjoyed giving their pretty semi in the leafy suburbs of Belfast some much needed TLC.”

Which we talked about shooting here: The French Connection.

Tender loving care indeed, so a huge thanks to everyone involved for their hard work here – and congratulations once again to Marie & Alan – especially for making it onto the cover too.

From Marie & me @ampimage.com

February 28, 2012

Mix ‘n Match

Is the title of our latest published work in the April 2012 issue of Ireland’s Homes Interiors & Living magazine…
The cover plus pages 62 to 74 in the April 2012 issue of Ireland's Homes Interiors & Living magazine featuring Mairead and Owen Moore's Mid Century house in the University area of Belfast.
.. on pages 62 to 74, plus on the cover too – featuring Mairead and Owen Moore’s Mid Century house in the University area of Belfast.

“Mairead and Owen transformed a period terrace in Belfast with their quirky, classic, retro style.”

Which we talked about when shooting it here: How good… do the images need to be to help sell a home ???

The quality of this magazine is beautiful, which means the images always look totally amazing – which is fantastic to see, after all the hard work has been done.

So a huge thank you to everyone involved for their hard work – and congratulations once again to Mairead & Owen – especially for making it onto the cover too.

From Marie, Mandi & me @ ampimage.com

November 7, 2011

Meant to Be…

.. is the title of our latest published work in the Christmas issue of Ireland’s Homes Interiors & Living magazine…
December 2011 issue
.. pages 86 to 94.

“As a young girl, Paula often admired a beautiful old house in her local County Down town – little did she know that one day, it would become her home whose wonderful interior has it’s own unique contemporary Christmas identity.”

So once again thanks to Paula for all her hard work – and a very Merry Christmas to you and your family from Marie, Mandi & myself.
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