7 Dublin Interiors Shops Worth Visiting

December 22, 2016

Are you upgrading one of your rooms or have you recently moved to a new home? Or are you looking for that one item to complete a room or just for some interiors inspiration? Dublin  city and county has some unique and beautiful interior shops, here are 7  Dublin Interiors shops worth visiting for more unusual and contemporary home accessories.


Industry – Drury Street, D2.

  Industry is a home and lifestyle concept store  for the industrial style lover. Furniture, ceramics, textiles and wall art all under the one roof. They stock a varied mix of both Irish and international design pieces and their displays alone are worth visiting for.    


Nordic Makers  – The Lighthouse,  Georges Street Lower, Dun Laoighaire, Co Dublin.


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Admirers of Scandinavian simplicity, look no further than Nordic Makers. Nordic Makers is a Danish company who opened their first Irish store last year. Their aim it to exhibit and sell the best and new fur niture and design from Nordic countries.  All products are designed and constructed by established and new Nordic designers of furniture, lighting, textiles, print and and lighting.

Find – Cows Lane, Temple Bar, D8.

Find  in Temple Bar  is a quirky wonderland with vintage, reclaimed and  restored pieces that are have been carefully sourced to compliment current home styles.  Mirrors, wall art, furniture and soft furnishing are all stocked and the stock is ever changing making Find a store worth visiting again and again.


The Blue Door -The Crescent, Monkstown, Co Dublin.




For every soft furnishing you need, The Blue Door in Monkstown stocks it. Throws, blankets, kitchen and dining lining, cushions and bed linen. They have a huge range of stylish and luxurious home accessories.

Irish Design Shop – Drury Street, D2.

The Irish Design Shop celebrates and sells all Irish designs and products with an emphasis on original design and craftmanship. They stock original Irish designed home accessories and soft furnishings.


Moss Cottage – Main Street Dundrum, D14.


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Moss Cottage is a treasure trove of wonderfulness  on Main Street Dundrum.  It stocks the type of items you didn’t realise you were looking for until you see them, quirky items to brighten up your home, Annie Sloan paint for any upcylcling projects and beautiful ceramics and unusual homeware finds.

Article – Powerscourt Centre, Dublin 2.

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Article  in the Powerscourt Centre is home to beautiful contemporary table and kitchenware. They also stock a variety of unique home accessories including vases, frames and textiles.


Do you have a favourite Dublin store for interior finds that you would recommend?