Laois quality on the up with expansion

Ciaran Finane of Finline Furniture in his factory in Emo County Laois. Bryan Meade 23/11/2011
It may be a recession but one Laois company is proving the quality can thrive the worst of times.

It may be a recession but one Laois company is proving the quality can thrive the worst of times.

A piece of furniture that is modern, stylish, bespoke, and is excellent value for money can be hard to come by, but not at Finline Furniture, the Emo company that has been transforming people’s homes for over thirty years.

Established in 1979 by Kieran and Bridget Finane, and now run by their sons Ciaran and Kilian, Finline Furniture has gone from strength to strength over the last 34 years, and has recently opened a second showroom on the Long Mile Road in Dublin. Finline Furniture had been a leading supplier to some of Ireland’s best known retailers, including Brown Thomas and Arnotts, but now sells direct to the public.

Superb quality and craftsmanship is at the heart of Finline Furniture. Ciaran Finane is the Sales Director.

“We are absolutely delighted with our new showroom in Dublin. Our goal is to give the customer maximum value for money without compromising on quality, and with Finline Furniture that is what you get. There is no middleman, no hidden costs, just top quality Irish furniture at factory direct prices.

“Every piece is made in our factory in Laois with a lead time of just 6 weeks, so you could have a beautiful piece of bespoke furniture, completely to your liking and in your own home for Christmas,” he said.

To celebrate the recent opening of their new showroom on the Long Mile Road in Dublin, Finline will be offering 10% off all orders placed on October 3,4,5 6.