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|Apassionata - 29 Drury Street, Dublin 2.
Renowned for creating the most stunning arrangements for an impressive list of clients including hotels, corporate and of course brides, Apassionata Flowers is possibly the coolest flower shop in Dublin. Catering for both contemporary and traditional styles and having award winning recognition, their passion, dedication and innovative design is clear to see. Pay Ruth and her talented and friendly team a visit at their gorgeous shop full of blooms and planted things on Drury St.
|Article - Powerscourt Townhouse, South William St, Dublin 2.
Home to a tasteful selection of contemporary homewares, the shelves and tables are filled to the brim with beautiful functional pieces, including art, accessories and tableware from around the world as well as Irish designers. Located within the beautifully historic Powerscourt Town House, in the heart of the city, owner John has created a home lover's haven.
|A Broader Picture - 39-40 The Promenade, Portstewart, BT55 7AE, United Kingdom.
Visit Hannah and the team in Portstewart. This store has a wide range of home and lifestyle products, including jewellery, soft furnishing, stationary and ceramics. Host to many popular brands, such as Bloomingville and Pilgrim, A Broader Picture has a lot to offer any stylish shopper. Staff are helpful and friendly, perhaps owing to the fact that this is a well-established family run business.
|Honest2Goodness (monthly) - Slaney Close, Dublin 11.
At Honest2Goodness, Brid and her brother Colm are passionate about good food and wine. The market is overflowing with fresh meat, vegetables, fish, baked goods, wine and specialised craft. Emphasis is placed on natural, healthy goods from local suppliers. The Pantry is stocked full of artisan produce and there is large selection of wine, selected by the owners themselves, from the vineyards of Europe. With a café and a lovely community feel, Honest2Goodness indoor market is a welcoming place to spend a Saturday.
|Moss Cottage - 14 Main St, Dundrum, Dublin 14.
Inside this quaint little redbrick cottage, you'll find a treasure trove of pretty things. Full to the brim with quirky accessories including party and wedding décor, crockery, stationery and decorative lights. Moss also offers furniture painting classes and stocks the popular Annie Sloan chalk paint. Pop in and say hello to the lovely Jen and no doubt you will not come home empty handed.
|Nordic Elements - St. Mary's, 54, Booterstown Avenue, Blackrock, Dublin.
Any design lover will instantly connect with Nordic Elements. Owner Helle, has combined new brands and old classics to create a home for great design. Their website features much lusted after Danish brands such as Lassen, DK3 and Louise Roe designs, covering everything from textiles & lighting to accessories. Helle also offers a personal shopping for the home service and occasional pop-ups.
|Ode - 15 Market Square, Navan, Co. Meath.
Centrally located in market square, Ode design offers a homewares shop and café in one. Stephen has sourced a carefully curated selection of furniture, tableware, stationery, lighting and accessories, including mid-century, retro and Scandinavian design. Their Lounge serves refreshments and gourmet sandwiches in a relaxed, well designed setting or take a treat and a coffee to go.
|The Old Mill Stores - Millside, Connonagh Village, Gortroe Leap, Co. Cork.
Nestled between Rosscarbery and Leap, the village of Connonagh is home to this popular eclectic store. With a good mix of products covering classic through to contemporary, owners Tom and Claire have handpicked homewares that are beautiful and high quality. Winners of the Irish Times Best Shops 2016, The Old Mill Stores is a stop on the Cork Wild Atlantic Way not to be missed.
|PaLua Boutique - Main Street, Leixlip, Co. Kildare.
The pretty village of Leixlip is home to this gorgeous, well established fashion boutique. The shop stocks popular European, Irish and Danish labels, accessories and footwear. Their range is diverse, offering occasion wear to more casual pieces, all wearable, spanning generations and on trend. Owner Paula's wealth of knowledge in the industry coupled with the friendly and personal service provided continues to make this shop a hit with fashionistas.
|Scout - 5 Essex Street West, Dublin 8.
With an amazing eye for great fashion and design, talented owner Wendy offers a carefully edited selection of both Irish and International brands. Exuding a cool vibe with its inky walls and trestle tables, Scout stocks quality clothing and vintage accessories as well as beautiful homewares. Located at the bottom of Cow's Lane in Temple Bar, amongst other creative independent shops, Scout's merchandise is expertly displayed where it's a pure pleasure to browse at leisure and find the perfect item.
|Shells - Strandhill, Sligo.
If it's a stunning location, friendly welcome and cool atmosphere you are after, then look no further than Shells Café & Little Shop. Located in Strandhill, Sligo, owners Jane and Myles provide heart-warming meals, ever flowing tea, cakes and chat, as well as great lifestyle products. Pick up a gift or treat yourself in the shop followed by a chilled glass of wine overlooking the sea, total bliss.
|Só Collective - Kildare Village, Nurney Road, Co. Kildare.
Só - a Gaelic word meaning "treat" or "luxury" and Collective - a group of people with shared ideas and vision, never has a stores' name been so apt. Designed to support and showcase both established and emerging Irish designers, Só Collective offers a unique shopping experience. Set in a beautifully designed boutique both on the outside and within, texture, colour, talent and sophistication abound. Offering high quality fashion, craft and lifestyle products all made in Ireland, the boutique blends natural and luxe materials in a successful juxtaposition in the heart of the stunning Kildare Village. Visit Ciana and Debbie, browse the amazing range of brands, and pick yourself up a "treat".
|Stór - Stór - Tokyo, Japan.
Stór, Irish for darling, Japanese for store, is located in Daikanyama, Japan. Mizue and Geraldine run a beautiful shop, showcasing contemporary Irish design. Stoking homegrown products such as blankets from Foxford, Superfolk wooden trivets, and Cloverrua Designs, the pair have successfully introduced Japanese consumers to the unique and creative talents that our Isle has to offer.
|The Wilds - 23 Weafer Street, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford.
A café, deli and home & lifestyle store, The Wilds is located in Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford. A stunning period building, complete with amazing interiors including industrial touches and original features. From scones and coffee to salads and sandwiches, their menu has something for everyone. With a wine list and a new Saturday brunch menu, as well as gluten free choices, you will not be disappointed. Their lifestyle store is home to beautiful brands both from here and abroad, an ideal spot to pick up gifts for you and your home.