SITUATED in the heart of Ennis, Home Trends Furniture store is proud to mark a decade of providing exceptional service and value to the community.

Founded in 2013 and still family-owned and operated by Finbar and Eileen Keaveney, this local business has thrived through the years. To commemorate this remarkable milestone, they are holding an Anniversary Sale. This event is more than just a sale; it’s a testament to our unwavering commitment to quality and our customers over the past ten years.

The Keaveney family’s dedication to offering top-notch furniture and service has earned them a reputation as a trusted choice not only in Co Clare but also beyond. Our spacious shop boasts a wide range of furniture, from 3-piece suites, dining room sets, beds, mattresses, sofa beds, coffee tables, consoles, to smaller items like lockers and rugs.

Home Trends Furniture are noted for providing quality pieces at prices that won’t break the bank. When you make a purchase at Home Trends, you’re investing in pieces that not only complement your home but also endure the test of time. With two entrances, front and back, the store’s eye-catching exterior has recently been painted and sports a fresh new logo. The inviting exterior is matched by a beautifully refurbished interior completed in 2020.


On the second floor, you’ll find a fantastic display of rugs, dining sets, artwork, cushions, mirrors, and more. According to store owner Eileen, “Rugs and cushions are incredibly popular this season and provide an affordable way to transform any room”. Eileen and Finbar, along with their dedicated team, always go the extra mile to ensure your needs and requirements are met. This level of commitment has fostered a loyal customer base over the past decade.

As Finbar, the store owner, notes, “It’s fantastic when customers recommend us to family and friends, and most people are happy to support local businesses”. Both Finbar and Eileen wish to express their heartfelt gratitude to all their customers for the incredible support, loyalty, and kindness shown over the last ten years. So, if you’re in search of quality furniture, don’t miss this chance to benefit from exceptional deals at our local, family-run store.

Come celebrate Home Trends’ 10-year anniversary event with us. Find us at Home Trends, 29 Parnell Street, Ennis (V95ED79), or call us at 065- 6797853.

For more information, follow our Facebook and Instagram pages, or visit our website at www.hometrendsfurniture.ie

All photographs by Tom Micks.

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