7 Great Irish Online Shops For Christmas

Christmas shopping seems to start earlier every year, so why not get ahead of the pack?and avoid the rushing around with some of our favourite Irish online outlets? To visit each store, simply click on the corresponding image.

  1. Nordic Makers

Nordic Makers Drop Vases

Drop Vases by Bettina Schori, €55 for a set of three

With the warm feel of a design gallery, this Dun Laoghaire store houses unique handcrafted pieces, all beautifully-curated and distinctly Nordic. Free shipping is available in Ireland.


2.?Home Lust

Home Lust

Decorative hanging glass accessories,?Home Lust, €19

The friend who has everything can never have enough Christmas decorations, especially when they're as artfully-crafted as the ones above ?from Home Lust,?who offer a 'send as a gift? link on their website to make shopping even easier.

3. The Blue Door

Bjork fringe throws

Bjork fringed wool throws, €85, The Blue Door


If you're in the mood to treat someone?who loves beautiful textiles and throws, this Monkstown haven?will not disappoint.

4.?DesignistDesignist messenger bag

Pure messenger bag, €30.00, Designist?

The South Great George's Street gift and homewares shop stocks a great selection of gifts for the impossible to buy for, including the men in your life.

5.?April and the Bear

This Is Weird

This is Weird?print by Daniel Seex, €55, April and the Bear


Love art and want to pepper someone's home in playful fashion? This lifestyle and interiors webstore'stocks a range of fun and?high quality prints on linen art paper.

6. Bloom & Wild

Bloom & Wild tree

Miniature Christmas tree in a box, €33?(includes ornaments) + p&p, Bloom & Wild?

A smart twist on a Christmas classic, Bloom & Wild?has thought of everything with their pint-sized tree, including miniature baubles and a lovely linen bag to stand it in.

7.Article candle holders



Copper candle holder by Jansen+Co, €29, Article

The ever-impressive Article?in Powerscourt Townhouse Centre offer?a wide selection of quirky yet functional pieces from Ireland and around the world, including these tasteful keepers of the flame.


Psst! We've also heard the lovely folk at Arran Street East will be launching their e-store this November 25.


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