9 Irish Shops For Great Interior Finds

Here at the MintMag, we’re magpies when it comes to anything cool and quirky for the home so are delighted to see more and more unique interior stores opening up in Ireland. In the last few years there’s been an interiors movement with more people wanting to move away from traditional decor and add something different to the homes. Thus brings us to the stores that bring us quirky pieces and perfectly designed furniture all on our fair isle. Here’s 9 of our favourites.

1. April & The Bear

Siobhan runs her online store from her home and has curated a collection for those people looking to have some really interesting statement pieces in their house. From vases to wall art, you won’t be bored shopping the range. Check out the 5 Minutes With we had with her here.


2. Find

Find in Temple Bar is a great little shop packed with vintage gems and quirky pieces. They’re also one of the Irish stores that stocks full range of Annie Sloan paint!


3. The Blue Door

Based in Monstown, The Blue Door is our go-to for soft furnishings (they have every throw pattern you could ever want!) It also stocks beautiful country-bumpkin furniture and accessories to pretty up your garden.

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4. Industry

Industry fulfilled all our industrial interior dreams when they came to town and they never fail to disappoint with each new item stocked. From rustic furniture to Edison light bulbs, they’ve got your industrial needs covered. Check out the 5 Minutes With we had with co-founder Vanessa here.


5. Irish Design Shop

If you’re looking for a one stop shop of Irish made products, then the Irish Design Shop is just the place to go. It stocks a collection of the best home grown soft furnishings and accessories our little island has to offer.


6. Article

Located in the beautiful Powerscourt Centre, Article is a fashionable homeware haven stocking some of our most favourite serving and kitchenware.


7. Scout

Stepping into Scout in Temple Bar is like stepping into the shop owner’s living room. The way the beautifully displayed pieces are layed out gives you an insight to what they could look like in your home. Check out the 5 Minutes With we had with founder Wendy here.


8. Sevenwood

Sevenwood first popped up in Dame Lane after Christmas and are running a second pop up in Ranelagh. They’ve curated a traditional meets modern collection of homeware, both from Irish and international designers.



We’re only delighted that one of our favourite interior stores has taken up permanent residence just off Camden Street. They bring some of the most unusual and interesting homeware our shores have ever seen. Read a little bit about how it all started here.


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