A Dublin carpet seller will reopen to business after two years out of business.
Lowes said it had been forced to close the carpet department following the collapse of a business that had been selling high-end carpets.
The company said it was opening up the department to other carpet companies and other carpet retailers in the city.
The department, which had been in operation since the 1980s, was set up in 1993 by a former owner of the carpet business, who later became president of the company.
It was one of the largest carpet businesses in Ireland.
The business had been operating for many years in the Rathdown Estate and on the outskirts of the city centre.
In 2014, it was hit by a severe fire and was shut down.
It reopened in 2017.