Industry & Co
41 Drury Street
+353 (0)1 613 9111
A beautiful interior design store and cafe all in one, Industry & Co is all about that typical clean minimalist Scandinavian layout. Situated in the middle of Dublin’s creative centre, this high-quality and award-winning boutique shop sells a very quirky range of gifts, jewellery, homeware, ceramics and furnishings.
33-34 King Street South
+353 (0)1 679 4317
A shop selling many variations of all your everyday items you know you’ll need and, to a certain degree, a lot of stuff you didn’t know you wanted or needed but you’re going to buy now that you’ve seen it all. Masses of multi-coloured or plain mugs, glasses, vases, utensils, pots and pans.
Saul's Court, Unit 1
+353 (0)1 679 9790
All manner of strange, weird, wonderful and beautiful objects await you in Find. It’s a mix of vintage, retro and carefully selected artistic items for your house. It’s about the discovery; stumbling upon that unexpected item you can’t leave without.
South William Street
+353 (0)1 679 9268
Like Industry & Co above, a lot has been said and written about Article very recently. It’s just a very fun shop to walk through with an assortment of knickknacks, clever gizmos and practical items for the home clearly arranged on the shelves and tables. A great spot for eyecatching contemporary and decorative pieces.
Makers and Brothers
13-15 Saint Clare’s Avenue, Harold’s Cross
+353 (0)1 663 8080
With its minimalist one/two-tone objects, smooth edges, straight lines and a practical trendy twist to everyday household goods, Makers & Brothers have a lot of great stuff on offer with a very unique image. There’s a lot of emerging talent and small producers on show here.