JYSK opens 10th Irish store in Ashbourne

JYSK, the Danish retailer, opened its tenth Irish store this morning in Ashbourne, Co. Meath. Bringing a new shopping experience to the royal county, doors to the Scandinavian inspired retail store opened at 10am to the delight of the eagerly waiting consumers outside.

JYSK (pronounced YOOSK) is well known for high quality, on trend products for the home, from the bedroom to the garden. The brand has also enjoyed a worldwide reputation for expertise and knowledge with their Scandinavian sleeping culture and specialises in high quality sleeping products – from mattresses, duvets and pillows to bedframes and bases

Speaking about the opening, manager Elina Nikkila said: “The most exciting part for me is to bring a new shopping experience to Irish customers, and I am thrilled to be managing the opening of the Ashbourne store.

"It’s great to be part of a new company coming to Ashbourne that already has such a large network of stores throughout Europe. JYSK has a great reputation for selling good value, stylish and modern household items and I’m delighted to be a part of that.”

JYSK offers an extensive range of products for the home, from the bedroom to the garden, and at great prices. JYSK’s Scandinavian design ethic and stylish approach to interiors has made the brand known and loved across the world.

The first store opened in Denmark in 1979, and today JYSK has more than 3,000 stores and 26,500 employees in 51 countries. In Germany, the stores are called Dänisches Bettenlager – in the rest of the world JYSK. JYSK is a family-owned company founded by the Danish tradesman Lars Larsen, who owns a number of companies with a total annual turnover of 4.25 billion.