5 Admirable Shop Fronts in Dublin
Our little city is full of beautiful buildings, influenced by a world of design, from classic Victorian and traditional Irish architecture, to beautiful French inspired looks and strong German design, here are 5 shop fronts in Dublin town that are sure to catch your attention.
Drury Buildings are a contemporary Irish restaurant with an Italian influence, located in the heart of the Creative Quarter. This unique restaurant has boasts a colourful front, representing Berlin’s Graffiti scene. There’s no way you can walk past this vibrant building without being entranced by the stunning designs (which are updated regularly, so you never know when it will transform all over again!)
Opening it’s doors for the first time last December, Laduree is bringing the full Parisian macaroon & tea boutique experience to Dublin town.
The South William St. corner is decorated with a stylish French design environment. The classic pistachio paint, the beautiful window displays and the fancy lighting really make this shop front stand out giving us the real Parisian touch.
Camerino Bakery brings much more than delicious cakes and good coffee to Capel Street. The beautifully designed cakes on display in the shop window mixed with the pop of bright blue and the blossoming flowers creates a very inviting front into this sweet and cosy cafe. Step in and indulge.
George’s Street Arcade is one of the oldest shopping centres in Europe. Built in the mid-to-late 19th century, it’s classic neo-gothic style reflects the public’s taste for medieval design.
Attracting both visitors and locals alike, stroll through this Victorian market and enjoy independent boutique shops and stalls ranging from trendy clothing and jewellery to funky music and collectable items. There is also an array of foodie options to treat yourself with.
Hogans, one of the many popular #DublinPubs, depicts traditional Irish architecture at it’s best. Sit outside and enjoy the handcrafted Irish furniture, including the wooden benches and barrel tables.
Beautiful design, great music and even better cocktails.
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