Decor (South William Street) - Dublin
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The original Decor location has long grabbed the attention of passersby on Wexford Street with a diverse mix of funky items on the pavement outside. A new addition to the Decor family, this South William Street site adds another funky, independent option to a street rapidly filling with interesting shopping choices.
Once inside, you'll find Indonesian furniture juxtaposed with Ethnic pieces, art deco canoodling with tribal art, 20th century cuddled up to contemporary. There are elegant 1920s reproduction pieces from Singapore, original 1950s tables, state-of-the-art design chairs reminiscent of the glamour and style of the '60s and much, much more.
There's also an extensive art collection, and a wide selection of furnishings custom designed in Bali making them truly unique limited edition pieces.
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