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Dust Pop-Up to Stay Put


by Michelle Hanley
05th Mar 2015
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Lisa Marconi and Sarah Drumm - the design-mad duo behind Dublin interiors pop-up shop Dust - are making things official. A pop-up no more, they are holding onto their home off Camden Street. And with designer brands like Missoni, House of Hackney and Merci, we're glad they're sticking around

Lisa Marconi and Sarah Drumm ? the design-mad duo behind Dublin interiors pop-up shop Dust ? are making things official. A pop-up no more, they are holding onto their home off Camden Street. And with designer brands like Missoni, House of Hackney and Merci, we?re glad they?re sticking around?

Friends Lisa Marconi and Sarah Drumm have been an integral part of the recent success of indie Irish retailers. Why, you may ask? Because they stock pieces that pack a punch! If you’re looking for something different to spice up your spring, then pop down to Dublin’s Camden Market for the re-opening this Saturday, March 7, and avail of a 10 per cent discount. We promise you’ll find some eye-popping inspiration!

Keep an eye out for the chic range of homewares by designer Abigail Ahern, which was launched in January at Maison et Objet, Paris, and is exclusive to Dust.

4 Camden Market, Grantham Street, Dublin 8;?dust.ie.

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Michelle Hanley for @Image_Interiors /?@hanleymi

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