5 great shops for vintage interior design Stockholm

Dusty Deco

Hornstulls strand 7
Södermalm
+46 (0)8 544 991 95
dustydeco.com

Ever wanted to collect beautiful furniture and unique items you found while travelling? That is exactly what Edin Memic Kjellvertz set out to do several years ago. But when his own apartment could no longer contain all the Italian vintage lamps, beaten-up leather chairs and rare design classics, he decided it was time to open Dusty Deco.

Mimmi Staaf MÖBELMAKERI

Vattenledningsvägen 57
Midsommarkransen
+46 (0)8 122 920 55
mimmistaaf.com

Talented upholsterer Mimmi Staaf has made it her mission to share her passion for vintage furniture. She redesigns furniture and has a store in Midsommarkransen. For a sneak peek of the soft-hued collections and the transformations that Mimmi and her team are capable of, make sure to follow the brand on Instagram.

Brandstationen

Hornsgatan 64

Södermalm

+46 (0)8 658 30 10

herrjudit.se/brand stationen

Brandstationen is where people who love old and beautiful, but stylish and trendy things shop. Furniture, accessories, plants and lamps… Their selection is inspired by nostalgia. Step inside to discover a range of unusual objects, such as porcelain animals and kitschy neon lights.

Modernity

Sibyllegatan 6
Östermalm
+46 (0)8 20 80 25
modernity.se

Östermalm-based gallery Modernity specialises in the collection and sale of rare and top-of-the-line antiques by the most renowned Scandinavian 20th-century designers. Expect a lot of eye candy and unique collections from post-war designers such as Finn Juhl, Arne Jacobsen and Alvar Aalto.

Svenska Armaturer

Svandammsvägen 8
Midsommarkransen
+46 (0)70 511 01 64
svenskaarmaturer.com

Svenska Armaturer is a wonderland of vintage lamps. The owner, Erik Heggestad, collects and sells lamps, especially mouth-blown glass lamps from the ‘Kingdom of Crystal’ in the province of Småland but also Italian retro-lamps from the fifties. This store also uses the original moulds to develop new replicas of classic lamp designs.

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