Design & Interior Stores
Selected by Stockholm Design Week. Editor: Camilla Julner
Stockholm has become an internationally recognized destination for design. That’s why we have decided to highlight the best from design-Stockholm. The places worth a detour, or that at the very least are worth mentioning. There is a wide selection, which naturally makes this task very difficult.
In this guide you will find inspiring shopping and stores with a hand-selected range of products that create an atmosphere and a shopping experience unlike any other.
Respected interior design store with elegant and time-less Scandinavian design. A lovely mix of rugs, furniture, kitchen and design objects. Own furniture and rug collections in collaboration with well-known designers such as Jonas Bohlin, CKR, Broberg & Ridderstråle, Anya Sebton and Eva Lilja Löwenheim as well as a number of established and new international designers and brands.
Bucks and Spurs
Hand-selected interior design products with a twist in excellent material of good craftsmanship. Unique selection with clear inspiration from Indians and horses. The award winning kitchen concept Railway Kitchen Solution is celebrating its fifth anniversary, and the Hopi collection has details in beautiful Tärnsjö leather.
Götgatan 31, Sergelgången 29 (Stockholm House of Culture), Kungsgatan 52, Sickla Galleria and Västermalmsgallerian and Arlanda Terminal 5
Scandinavian home furnishings and innovative design with everything from furniture, lighting, jewelry, textiles and other fun gadgets. On February 1, young design students from Beckmans
College of Design will display their work at Stockholm House of Culture. Innovative new products from Swedish design talents will be on display for a limited period of time, starting February 1 as well.
Crooked concept store
A showroom and store for unique conceptual products that really stand out from the crowd. Featuring Swedish and international design that is young, odd and exploratory. Curated by the design bureau Straight Design.
ATP Atelier’s first store and showroom. ATP combines Scandinavian design and Italian leather craftsmanship. Shoes, bags and accessories produced to last a lifetime. A showroom that exudes style and welcomes with art, excellent interior design and appealing aromas.
Set Designer & Stylist Johan Svenson has transformed an old milk shop into an eclectic and real-life editorial spread. The showroom serves as a boutique Thursday to Sunday, and you will find curated items for a considerate daily life where a lot of brands are unique to Sweden and Stockholm.
Like a normal interior design store, but a little more like home. A unique mix of decor, utility items and furniture by independent designers, artists and established brands. Large inspirational selection for the kitchen and the table.
Scandinavia’s largest independent bookstore that specializes in architecture, art and design - from graffiti to brutalist architecture. Books, magazines, and journals about a wide range of topics, such as knitting, classic fonts, street art, Robert Mapplethorp, photography, album covers and beer can design.
Dusty Deco is a personal and eclectic mix of old and new at the edge of glamorous kitsch. In the mix there are also patinous design classics, modern art and photography. All with an exciting story, and now its own ceramic collection.
Kungsgatan 55 and Västerlånggatan 24
Hand-made brushes of good design and function have been the focus for Iris Hantverk, made by the visually impaired since the end of the 1800s. Beautiful and sustainable design objects and other everyday products worthy of display.
Finnboda Varvs väg 19 A
This old machinery hall covering 1,200 m2 at the Finnboda quay is home to stores, a pleasant lunch café and a furniture exhibition. Fogia Collection 2019 will be launched during Stockholm Design Week, styled by star stylists Kråkvik & D’Orazio.
Ingmar Bergmans gata 4
Unique designer rugs made in Sweden from natural materials since 1889. Kasthall is displaying its most recent designer rug, Black Diamond, as well as its hand-woven and hand-tufted rugs in its beautiful store styled with exclusive Italian furniture.The new collection will be released during Stockholm Design Week.
The legendary founder Estrid Ericson established the classic style in 1924 in harmony with Josef Frank’s botanical fabrics and furniture. With the exhibition Heritage Feb 5– Mar 31 comes a new series of products designed by an internationally established designer. The store also has a charming tea room.