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9 Interior Design Stores To Drool Over

  • Tue, 17 May 2016
Your home should be your sanctuary. It should reflect you as a person and suit your lifestyle. If you’re looking to update your space or even soak in some interior design inspiration check out these interior design gems in town.


Powerscourt Townhouse

Article is a unique homewares shopping experience. The shelves are filled with quirky yet functional interior design pieces sourced from around the world. From Ostrich feather dusters to mid-century armchairs, there really is something for everyone.


Industry and Co

Drury Street

Industry & Co is an award winning industrial styled, lifestyle orientated concept store. This spot has it all – shop, eat, drink and become inspired by the array of interior design surrounding you.

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Ginger Brown Design

Clarendon Street

Ginger Brown Design is a home and lifestyle boutique filled with eclectic designs and unique hand made pieces of luxury. Pop in for a look to find something extraordinarily quirky or innately opulent.


Dublin Furniture Centre

Capel Street

This spot has everything you need for furnishing your home with the finest interior design items. Based in a beautiful Georgian building, Dublin Furniture Centre has everything from Vintage to Occasional furniture and accessories. They believe they can change your space from ordinary to extraordinary.

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Chatham Street

Muji, originally founded in Japan, is a minimalist brand built on the idealism of simplicity. They focus on selection of materials, streamlining processes and simplifying packaging to eliminate excess and create low cost, high quality products.



Suffolk Street

Avoca, an Irish run family business, is full of homely homewares, handcrafted throws and handmade jams just to name a few. They are one of the worlds oldest manufacturing companies and today their interior design products are still in high demand.

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Nassau Street/GPO Arcade

Tiger was originally founded in the stylish city of Copenhagen and still maintains a Scandinavian style. They believe cheap and cheerful can be achieved whilst providing customers with quirky unique products all under the one roof.


Irish Design Shop

Drury Street

This spot is all about Irish craft and Irish design. They aim to promote these products and the makers behind them. Drop in to pick up some authentic Irish interior design creations to add to your home.


Stock Design

South King Street

Stock Design is home to all your kitchen needs. From Espresso machines to colourful teapots, this place will have your home decked out with practical interior design items in no time. Perfect for those who are looking to pick up a present for a couple of newlyweds or simply buy a necessity for your own home.