With payday right around the corner, as we sit here eating our beans on toast for lunch (for the third day in a row) we can't help but dream about these gorgeous interiors shops.
Opened in 2010, Article, is located in the Powerscourt Townhouse Centre in Dublin City. It's packed with beautiful vases, tableware, stationery and textiles. Afterwards, treat yourself to a delicious lunch in Coppinger Row.
A growing favourite in Ireland, this Danish-born chain store is the brainchild of the Grene sisters, whose ethos is "only buy what you need", which is easier said than done, when you take a look around and realise you need everything in store!
As if you needed another reason to visit the beautiful west Cork, The Old Mill Stores is a treasure chest of gorgeous gifts and practical homewares.
Combining our two favourite things; cool homewares and great coffee, you'll come for the shopping, but you'll come back for their sea-salt, chocolate brownies!
You could easily spend the day getting lost in Caseys Furniture in either Cork or Limerick. Whether you're looking to kit out your garden, need a new sofa, or you're just browsing for some cushions or throws, Caseys will have you spoiled for choice!
Belfast homeware and furniture shop, Maven is another store run by two sisters, and combines Scandi-style with Irish interiors. The sisters reckon, "Maven is a treasure trove that will make your heart beat a little faster and make you leave with a smile", and we can't help but agree.
You'll be met with dainty doorknobs, interesting lighting and eclectic art; Yesterdays is located on Kilkenny's Patrick Street, where you could easily spend a rainy afternoon.