9 Stores in Dublin Town for Home Décor and More
Dublin is an excellent spot for shopping, esecially if you’re looking to refresh your home.
From stunning decorations and art, to furniture you won’t find elsewhere, DublinTown has a great number of unique stores for home décor shopping. Need new cushions or a new throw? Although department stores are popular, these 10 stores below are that bit more special and will instantly add an extra something something to your home.
Article, First Floor, Powerscourt Centre
Packed with plenty of Irish designers, Article is a nifty store in the Creative Quarter where you’ll find an array of tabletop and soft furnishings, as well as greetings cards, prints and decorations. Opened in 2010, Article is located in Lord Powerscourt’s former dressing room with its spectacular original plasterwork ceiling dating from 1780.
Butlers, Ground Floor, Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre
A German brand that’s made Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre its Dublin home, here you’ll find all things interior and outdoors. They’re great for partyware no matter what your style is (kids parties, summer in the garden, fancy dinners during the holidays), and often have cool characters too like The Peanuts. Their furniture is top notch and they offer free delivery on orders over €59.
Designist, South Great George’s Street
Founded by Barbara Nolan and Jennie Flynn in 2010, Designist have collaborated with a huge number of Irish designers and crafts people on their stock. They carefully curate their range of products to best represent Irish and international design, from stationary and glassware, to children’s toys books as well as the funkiest greeting cards.
Industry & Co., Drury Street
Great for Irish and international design orientated products, Industry & Co has it all. Whether you’re looking for jewellery gifts, furniture, lighting or home textiles, you’re sure to find it. This home and lifestyle store also has in-store café serving freshly made food, salads and coffees when you need a little break in between all the shopping!
Irish Design Shop, Drury Street
Irish Design Shop is located on Drury Street, having opened in 2013. Here you’ll find jewellery, textiles, ceramics, glassware, print and stationery all of which are designed and made in Ireland. The brainchild of jewellers Clare Grennan and Laura Caffrey, this is a unique store to help fill your house or office with beautiful finds.
Pieces, South Great George’s Street
Specialising in furniture, Pieces invite you to explore their stylish collection of sofas, armchairs, tables, lights and accessories for your home. From a variety of colours and textures, you’re sure to find something that catches your eye. The team believe everyone should have a beautiful home with good design and style, therefore they work hard sourcing fun and affordable furniture from across the globe.
Søstrene Grene, South Great George’s Street
If you’re a lover of Hygge, this is the Scandinavian store to visit. Their prices are affordable, their designs adorable, and oftentimes they’re made of sustainable materials. Here you’ll find tableware for the adults and the little ones, cushions, stationary, home decorations, plants and even wool. Søstrene Grene sure has plenty!
Stock Design, South King Street
One of the oldest homeware stores in the city, Stock is ideal for any home baker, chef, or dinner party organiser. From the vast variety of bakeware and cooking utensils, table setting accessories and quirky home décor, this multi-storey gem also houses delph of all styles, cooking books, and have the largest tupperware collection we’ve ever seen!
The White Company, Grafton Street
The only store in Ireland, Grafton Street became home to The White Company in 2018. Not only will you find bedding, tableware and bathroom accessories, but the store also has a range of candles and home fragrances, women’s clothing and sleepwear.