Furniture (incl. office furniture), furnishings, domestic appliances (excl. lighting) and cleaning products.



Deaf Enterprises

Deaf Enterprises

About
Handcrafted, bespoke furniture restorations. 30 years as Ireland’s only dedicated employer of the D&HH Community.
Additional information
Deaf Enterprises creating employment for Deaf people in Cork. We have a furniture re-upholstery, french polishing, repair and sewing service. Bring old furniture back to life. Send us a photo and we can give a guide price.
021 4294111
Deaf Enterprises, 2a Sundrive Park, Ballinlough Road, Cork, Cork
Lavit Gallery

Lavit Gallery

The Cork Arts Society, trading as the Lavit Gallery, was set up, in 1963 by a group wanting to promote the arts in Cork City. Currently, as a not for profit, we support artists through our annual exhibition programme. We showcase the work of Cork-based artists primarily and present work by leading Irish and International names. Through the ambitious programme of solo exhibitions and group shows, we promote both emerging and established artists, in addition to stimulating and challenging Cork audiences.

We are a registered charity. No. CHY 13297.

00353 (0)21 427 7749
Wandesford Quay, Clarke’s Bridge, Cork, Cork
Mendicity Institute

Mendicity Institute

It is our mission to disrupt and prevent the cycle of homelessness by enabling and empowering individuals to become self-sufficient members of their communities.

Since it’s establishment in 1818, Mendicity has been a social enterprise ahead of its time, providing access to trade and employment. We continue this tradition today.

What we make –

  • Flower boxes
  • Stools
  • Wooden shelves
  • Wooden block art
  • Copper art
  • Greeting cards
  • Scented soaps & candles
  • Keyrings

Order online by emailing [email protected] and pay via PayPal here. Home delivery available within the Dublin area, minimum spend €30.00

01-6773308
9 Island Street,, D08 KW8H
Rediscover Furniture

Rediscover Furniture

Rediscover Furniture is a social enterprise that is located in the unique Rediscovery Centre in Ballymun. The Rediscover Furniture programme aims to bring new life to old furniture. It takes great pride that furniture which was destined for landfill has been rescued and given a new lease of life.

The programme is aligned to the sustainable ethos of the Rediscovery Centre and the team uses traditional methods and environmentally friendly products in all of their work. Set up in 2006, Rediscover Furniture offers furniture courses and a repairs and restoration service to the public.

All of the restoration and upcycling work is undertaken by programme manager Gerard Griffin and his trainees. The completed pieces by the Rediscover Furniture team are for sale in our Ecostore located on the first floor of the Rediscovery Centre. All profits from these sales are reinvested back into the social enterprise.

018933801
The Boiler House, Ballymun Road, Ballymun, Dublin, Dublin D09 HK58
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