Bib Aprons. Our full-length cotton bib aprons at Dúinn Designs showcase famous Irish heritage sites in contemporary new patterns, including the Giant’s Causeway and Skellig Islands. Perfect for the chef in your life, these aprons will bring style to any kitchen.
Tea towels. Dúinn Designs has created a range of cotton print tea towels featuring modern designsinspired by the rugged Celtic coastline and Irish heritage. A welcome addition to any home, our tea towels also make an inspired,yet traditional, gift.
Queen Meabhs Brown Bull. Dúinn Designs pays tribute to this powerful story with a distinctive pattern featuring the head of Queen Meabh’s bull – a characterful design which evokes the essence of the legendary Donn Cuailnge.
St. Brigids Cross. Inspired by this famous symbol, Dúinn Designs has created a modern interpretation of St Brigid’s cross, fusing the elements of this iconic emblem into a pattern which is fresh and invigorating.
Basalt Columns of the Giant Causeway. Dúinn Designs has based two patterns on this heritage site; one inspired by the hexagonal stepping stones of the causeway, the other giving form to those instantly recognisable basalt columns.
Newgrange. Inspired by the intricate stone carvings at Newgrange, Dúinn Designs has created a symbolic pattern which whispers of secret languages and the long‐forgotten traditions which remain hidden within this archaeological gem.
Kilmainham Gaol. Inspired by a visit to Kilmainham Gaol, Bernadette has created an elegant design which reflects the minimalist architecture of this historic building. Likening the gaol’s architectural style to that of Glaswegian architect and designer, Charles Rennie MacIntosh, Bernadette was compelled to create a pattern that fuses the old and new in perfect harmony.
Trinity Library Arches. It is the historic arches of the Long Room in the Old Library which inspired the Dúinn Designs pattern, which reflects the grandeur of the architecture in a simple, contemporary design.
Oak Trees of Ireland. Dúinn Designs has combined vibrant seasonal colours with the foliage of the mighty oak to create a contemporary pattern which beautifully represents the finery of this, Ireland’s king of the forest.
Skelligs. The Skelligs pattern from Dúinn Designs represents this increasingly popular landmark ‐ seen in the Star Wars films ‐ in a fresh and contemporary way, giving this ancient site new life and a new audience.
T-shirts. Our range of cotton print T-shirts give new life to Irish legends and represent our cultural heritage in fresh new ways. Add some style to your wardrobe with these intricate patterns from Dúinn Designs– perfect for everyday wear.
Silk Scarf. Inspired by Irish myths and legends, our beautiful silk scarves at Dúinn Designs are perfect for everyday wear, or as a gift for someone special, and will add style and eleganceto any outfit. Treat yourself – or someone else.
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Queen Meabhs Brown Bull features in a very famous myth between Aihill and Meabh, King and Queen of Connacht.
The first arrival of humans in Ireland was 9000 years ago and the land was densely covered in woodland consisting mainly of oak and pine trees.
The Giants Causeway is the result of a volcanic eruption leaving 40,000 interlocking basalt columns.
Skellig Michael or Great Skellig is the larger of the two islands. A Christian monastery was founded on the island between the 6th and 8th century until it was abandoned in the late 12th century.
The St Brigid’s Cross is a small cross woven from green rushes.
There are approximately 260 orchards on the the island of Ireland that are commercially trading.