Online shops selling homeware that deliver to Ireland.
Brexit proof shops from Ireland , the EU and the UK. No surprise demands for import fees on delivery from the shops listed below.
VERY Ireland is an online department store selling as many as 70,000 different products. They sell everything for your home from furniture to rugs . Appliances to saucepans , rugs, cushions.
Free delivery in Ireland on all orders. Some items may be shipped from the UK but VERY say that any import fees will be paid in advance by them and you will not have any extra to pay on delivery.
(Very was previously called Littlewoods)
The Hut sells a good range of home furnishings and accessories .
Chairs, Shelving, Lighting , Bedding ,Rugs , Cushions, clocks, candles , towels and many more. Brands such as Joseph Joseph, Denby, Le Creuset, Swoon , Orla Kiely .
Free tracked delivery to Ireland on orders over €80, otherwise it is €5.99.
The Hut is one of Europe’s largest online retailers and is.based in the UK. For Irish and EU orders they promise on their website that :-
“For products shipping from the UK to addresses in the EU, tax and duties will be settled on your behalf with our courier, so there is no cost to you”.
AliExpress is a massive online marketplace owned by Alibaba – which is like a Chinese version of Amazon .
Aliexpress , like Amazon , sells a massive range of products for the home – too many to mention here.
Delivery charges to Ireland will depend on the order. Some orders may be shipped from China but some items can be shipped from the EU .
There may be duty or VAT to pay on delivery if the goods are shipped from outside the EU. Prices are cheap and if you keep orders under €150 there will be no duty to pay. If there is VAT to pay on delivery it will be 21% plus AN Post fee of €3.50.
El Corte Ingles is a Spanish online shopping site – and they sell kitchen and bathroom items as well as bedding and furnishings. No duty to pay on orders to Ireland.
Amazon is probably the best-known online store in the Western World. Shoppers in Ireland can buy thousands of homeware items on Amazon .