Welcome to Arran Street East Craft and Design Studio
Established in 2015, Arran Street East is a pottery and weaving studio based in the markets area of Dublin city centre, where we make homewares to our own functional designs, and where our studio shop, and workshops are based.
We use traditional crafting techniques to make and teach our craft, throwing on pottery wheels (pottery workshops), and weaving on looms and frame looms (weaving workshops).
Each piece is individually made by hand using locally inspired colours and materials, and while our pottery and textiles are designed and made to mix and match, no two items are exactly the same. Shop Ceramics. Shop Textiles.
We enjoy sharing our handcrafting skills with the public through
our year-round workshops and courses, and look forward to welcoming you to our studio shop and workshops.
COMING SOON TO SCHULL, WEST CORK
In the summer of 2022 we will open a Creative Hub in Schull, West Cork, where we will teach creative workshops, including pottery, weaving and baking.
THANK YOU TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND STUDENTS
We really appreciate our loyal customers and thank you sincerely for your support and encouragement. If you are new to Arran Street East please sign up to our Newsletter for news of special sales, advance booking notices and 10% product discount. Sign up here.
Some Awards and Publications
We are very honoured to have been recognised with some lovely awards. In January 2015 we presented our first collection at the Showcase trade show in Dublin where we won Best Tableware award at the show.
We have shown our pottery at London Design Festival, Paris Fashion Week, Maison et Objet, and NYNOW, and have been featured in Elle Decoration, Vogue Living, Wallpaper, Monocle, The New York Times, Forbes, Country Living, House and Garden, The Gloss, Image Interiors, The Irish Times, and many more.
In 2016 and 2017, Arran Street East won the Best Tableware category in the Image Interiors Design Awards. In 2019 we were the Home Category and Overall Winner of the Irish Made Awards by Irish Country Magazine.
Sustainability is at the heart of what we strive for. Where possible, our making methods, materials and packaging are carbon neutral, sustainably sourced and environmentally friendly.
We hope you enjoy our collection of handmade ceramics here, and handwoven textiles here.