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  • Howbert & Mays

    Howbert & Mays is a garden center in Monkstown, Dublin. Founded in 2012 by horticulturists Anthea Howbert and Tig Mays, who already had an established garden design business. The husband and…

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  • Arran Street East

    Arran Street East is a ceramics shop and studio in Dublin’s Market’s Area. Founded in 2014 by Creative Director, Laura Magahy, along with a team of designers and makers, to create…

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  • Irish Design Shop

    Irish Design Shop, which opened in Dublin in 2009, specializes in design led Irish Craft. Originally an online venture representing the work of ten makers that proved so successful, owners Clare…

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  • Industry

    Interior Designer Vanessa Mac Innes opened Industry in 2010. Passionate about industrial design, Vanessa decided to open her own shop because she was always challenged finding the perfect home wares in…

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  • The Garden

    Observing cowslips growing amongst the hedgerow on a country walk inspires Mark Grehan’s approach to floristry and landscaping. Mark, a Connemara native from a family of keen gardeners, knew he wanted…

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  • Indigo & Cloth

      The labor and dedication involved in indigo dying inspired Garrett Pitcher’s choice of name for his shop, and represents the standard he likes to hold himself to. Denim is the…

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  • Jane Carroll Design

    Jane Carroll had always dreamt of having her own shop to sell her quilts, clocks and cards. After graduating from art college she left Dublin to work in design studios in…

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  • The Shed

    The Shed, with it’s corrugated metal walls and cobbled floor is the perfect backdrop for displaying the beautiful glass, wood and ceramic objects that Makers & Brothers sell. The day I…

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  • Scout

      Wendy Crawford’s bright, bubbly energy fills Scout and it is easy to understand that her favourite role as a shopkeeper is meeting and chatting to her customers. Her passion for…

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  • Sweny’s

      The interior of Sweny’s is the same today as when it first opened as a pharmacy in 1847. A testament to James Joyce’s Ulysses, Sweny’s was immortalized in chapter 5…

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