Where to Shop in Dublin, Ireland

A towering townhouse of Irish-made goods, an indie concept store selling design-driven homeware and Dubliners’ go-to for designer looks: here’s where we’re shopping in Dublin

Swerve the heavy footfall around Henry Street and Grafton Street (sorry, Ed Sheeran) and venture off course into the city's side streets in search of homespun delights and luxe sartorial pieces.

Article at Powerscourt Townhouse
Photo credit: Article


Powerscourt Townhouse Centre

Anchoring South William Street, and just a short walk from Grafton Street, the 18th-century Powerscourt Townhouse offers shoppers an array of choice under one swish roof. Retailers housed within the centre specialise predominantly in Irish-made goods. Standouts include contemporary homeware store Article, which is super for gifts, and The Garden - a creative floral studio, flower and plant shop whose hand-tied bouquets are wonderfully artistic.


59 William St S, Dublin 2, D02 HF95

Industry & Co, Dublin


Industry & Co

Dublin, Ireland

Shop, eat, drink and relax at independent concept store Industry & Co. Run by sister-and-brother team Vanessa and Marcus Mac Innes, the shop is filled with attractive design pieces curated from a mix of local Irish designers and from sources in Europe, the US and Japan. The in-store café hits the spot for those seeking healthy lunches or cheeky elevenses. Wash down the freshly baked cakes and treats (the sea salt brownies are famous) with a good cup of artisan coffee, before taking a final lap of the shop floor.


41A-B Drury St, Dublin 2, D02 V261

Costume Shop front,



Founded by the Tucker clan in the late-90s, Costume, positioned on Castle Market, is considered one of Dublin's best women's clothing boutiques. Scan the compact store's tempting edit of contemporary designers, spanning Preen by Thornton Bregazzi to Isabel Marant, and pick out gifts for someone special (yourself included).


10-11 Castle Mkt, Dublin 2, D02 VH04

Main photo credit: Article, Powerscourt Townhouse

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