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Indagare reviews Article, a cheery home goods store in the bustling Powerscourt Center is an excellent stop for a wide range of Irish-made gifts.
CLothes at Avoca Handweavers , Dublin, Ireland

Avoca Handweavers

Located just off Grafton Street, this Irish institution’s seven-floor retail mecca in Dublin’s city center sells a comprehensive selection of Irish-inspired products. The company first gained renown with their handwoven blankets, throws and rugs, but the shop also stocks clothes for women and children, beautifully packaged and great-smelling soaps, cookbooks of Irish classics and much more.

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Interior View - Brown Thomas, Dublin, Ireland

Brown Thomas

Dublin’s premier high-fashion department store, Brown Thomas (on tourist and shopping-heavy Grafton Street) is a mine for all your on-trend needs. All of fashion’s biggest brands are stocked here, from Prada heels to jeans from Acne to Tom Ford fragrances.

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Interiors at Design Centre, Dublin, Ireland

Design Centre

Founded over 30 years ago, the Design Center is a must for any fashion lover visiting Dublin. Made to curate the work of up-and-coming Irish fashion designers and international fashion houses, the Design Center rotates the designers it features regularly to create a carefully curated selection.

Interior View - Designist, Dublin, Ireland


This design boutique is all about good-looking pieces that are also affordable (everything is priced below 100 EUR). Smaller items like children’s toys, mugs and books are on offer alongside larger pieces like a sculptural do-it-yourself hanging lampshade from a local creative.

Exterior View - Dublin Flea Market, Dublin, Ireland

Dublin Flea Market

There’s some totally transporting about a flea market, especially one you visit on your travels, where quirky treasures can be unearthed. The Dublin iteration in Newmarket Square was unveiled back in 2008 and now features 60 stalls that sell everything from vintage finds to crafty designs to organic snacks you can nosh on while making the rounds.

Interior View - Fallon & Byrne, Dublin, Ireland

Fallon & Byrne

Fallon and Byrne is a gourmet grocery store, large wine cellar and restaurant all under one roof. The food hall contains an extensive selection of artisanal food stuffs that is edited and curated regularly. After shopping, head to the restaurant’s elegant dining room and choose from the three seasonal menus. Also, be sure to visit the impressive wine cellar.

Georges Street Arcade

This Victorian Arcade, which claims to be the oldest shopping arcade in Europe, houses independent designers and artists, ranging from antiques and book dealers and jewelry and jam makers to tattoo artists and ear piercers. The covered arcade is a classic example of Victorian brick and iron work and provides perfect cover for strolling on a wet day. It is just a short alleyway away from Powerscourt Townhouse Center, so the two make a good pairing for browsing, especially in bad weather.

Interiors at Indigo & Cloth, Dublin, Ireland

Indigo & Cloth

This men’s shop in Temple Bar offers some of the most of-the-moment inventory for guys in all of Ireland. Inside, find rare-to-the-area clothing brands like Our Legacy, Hentsch Man and Saturdays NYC sharing shelf space with lifestyle items like foodie travel magazine Cereal and body products by Baxter from California.

Interior View - Industry, Dublin, Ireland


The cleverly curated stock of home goods at this gallery-style shop comes courtesy of buyers who source the globe. On offer are stylish items that will elevate a house's look, such as graphic area rugs, steel locker-style storage units from France and screen-print posters of Dublin.

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Interiors at Irish Design Shop, Dublin, Ireland - Courtesy Al Higgins

Irish Design Shop

Opened by two Irish jewelers in 2008, this four-story shop is all about traditional and contemporary Irish design and crafts. The store not only focuses on promoting the products, but also on the people who create these unique objects. Find everything from jewelry and accessories to stationery and housewares.

Interiors View - Johnston Antiques, Dublin, Ireland

Johnston Antiques

Founded in 1950, Johnston Antiques specializes in 18th-century Irish furniture and over the years has built a vast collection of Irish Georgian pieces. Here you’ll spot unique wardrobes, prints, and paintings and Art Deco and Art Nouveau styles.

Kevin & Howlin

Since 1936, Kevin & Howlin has been a Nassau Street essential for all things tweed.
Interior View - Louise Kennedy, Dublin, Ireland

Louise Kennedy

Tucked into a stunning, multi-floor Georgian townhouse, Louise Kennedy’s flagship atelier is a one-stop shop for the Irish designer’s impeccably made party dresses, elegant floor-length gowns and sharply tailored suits. The top floor houses the bridal creations, which are as feminine as they are extravagant.

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Clothes at Makers & Brothers, Dublin, Ireland

Makers & Brothers

Brothers Jonathan and Mark Legge’s tightly curated appointment-only boutique focuses on design-driven products with a handmade quality to them. Their HQ—The Shed—is the perfect destination for picking up exquisitely made curiosities from cozy, made-in-Ireland blankets to wooden kitchen utensils to sharp-looking sweatshirts.

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Powerscourt Centre

One of the prettiest shopping centers anywhere has to be Powerscourt, which is set in a stunning Georgian townhouse just off of Grafton Street. Once the home of the third Viscount of Powerscourt, the elegant edifice still features grand staircases and chandeliers but its interiors now house forty independent boutiques, cafés and antiques shops.

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Interiors at Sheridan’s Cheesemonger , Dublin, Ireland

Sheridan's Cheesemonger

Carrying a large selection of Irish and European cheeses, Sheridan’s Cheesemonger is located right in Dublin’s city centre. The lovely shop staff can guide you through your cheese purchases as well as help select wine, olives and charcuterie.


STABLE of Ireland

This artisanal shop in the tony Westbury shopping center off Clarendon Street sources its elegant scarves, accessories and other textiles from weavers and knitters across Ireland (both North and South). In doing so, Stable is actively working to preserve traditional Irish weaving practices. Linen is a focus, of course, but wool, cashmere, alpaca and tweed products for women and men line the walls of this charming boutique.

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Ulysses Rare Books

Ulysses Rare Books is a special bookshop in the heart of Dublin that offers a trove of first edition and rare books. Read more.
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