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River Island Home has arrived in Ireland, so here are 9 bits to consider sprucing up your gaff with

I never knew I needed a tiny decorative tiger.

RIVER ISLAND ANNOUNCED A new home collection and it’s the perfect way to spruce up your rental. 

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The collection is only available in Ireland in Blanchardstown, Dundrum, and will be arriving in Swords in two weeks. If you’re not in the capital, you can pick up a few bits online. 

But what to get? 

This lil marble tray for your stray jewelry – €60  

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On the steeper side of fifty, but still classy AF all the same. 

This yellow fluffy circle cushion – €60 

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Very 70s. It comes in a heap of other colours too. 

Get your gaff in on the leopard print craze with this faux fur leopard throw – €75

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Or just go all out with this sweet lil tiger figurine – €25 

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Grown ups have ‘pieces’ in their homes, get one. 

Again, keeping it minimal, this marble topped black candle is simple but classy – €20 

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Sorry I need this lip stained cushion – €25 

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A steal. 

This smoked glass hurricane candle holder would look great in your room – €20

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It’ll make you at least feel like you’ve got your shit together. 

Perk up your fresh flowers with this lovely gold vase – €33 

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Fresh flowers + lovely vase = happy home. 

Finally, you know you need this white leopard print cushion – €40 

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I’m sensing a pattern here. 

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