Amber interiors Art is in the spotlight at a house in the northern suburbs of Dublin that burned down this week.
The home was one of five properties in the city that were targeted by arsonists last week after arsonists broke into the home and set fire to two of the rooms.
The other two were not damaged and no-one was injured in the fire.
The house, which has an indoor garden and an outdoor terrace, was one floor above the ground floor of a property owned by a wealthy Irish businessman and was also one of several properties targeted by a fire in the area last week.
An investigation has now been launched by the fire service to identify the arsonists and who they may have been.
The owner of the house, who was not identified, told The Irish Telegraph last week that he had received calls from the police asking if anyone could assist them with an arson investigation.
He said he had no idea who had been responsible.
The owners of the property, a former building site, told local media they were not aware of any criminal activity on their property, although the investigation is ongoing.
The property was set on fire on Thursday afternoon and a small fire was also set in the property’s backyard, but the two fires were extinguished without serious damage.
It is understood a third fire was started at about 8.30pm on Friday night, but no- one was injured.
A spokesperson for Dublin Fire Service said the arsonist who set the fire was under arrest.
They have appealed to anyone who witnessed the fire on Friday evening to contact the Dublin Fire Brigade at gardaí on 01 666 8888 or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
The fire was reported to gardaise on Friday afternoon and garda station in the suburb of Drogheda was placed on lockdown.
There was no immediate comment from the owner of Amber interrooms Art.