Decor (Wexford Street) - Dublin
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Directions to Decor (Wexford Street)
You might be walking down the Wexford Street pavement and find yourself surprised by a giant baby statue (or two) mixed in with a jumble of chairs and a skeleton in a pink crash helmet.You've just found Decor.
Once inside, you'll encounter a treasure house full of exotic, exciting stock - masks from Irian Jaya, paintings from Papua New Guinea, elegant 1920's pieces from Singapore and more. Every corner of the globe is represented.
Decor also has an amazing collection of furniture - combining modern pieces with older cultural artefacts. Paintings and furniture from Asia nestle beside groovy 1950s chairs from Germany, Indonesian furniture cuddles up to Ethnic pieces, and more. The extensive art collection includes the odd Damien Hirst, works from modern Irish artists and artists from abroad.
A second shop on South William Street provides another chance to dive into the dizzying diversity of offerings that is Decor.
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