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Once upon a time Indiska was associated with poor quality and design, dressing only backpackers coming home from eight months in Asia and missing the...
Fresh herbs, natural cough mixtures and other herbal medicines and hygiene products are all on sale at Inspira Handelsbod. You can simply browse through the...
Johan Lindeberg first became a must-have name among the capital's media, fashion and PR types, but has now become more mainstream. The clothes are basic but...
Jacksons has been selling top-quality international and Scandinavian design for more than 20 years. Well worth a visit for its glass, ceramics, furniture...
Only the absence of incense reveals that this is not a time machine with the dial set to the 1970s. With clothes, hats, finger puppets and stuffed toys all...
Conveniently located just opposite Central Station, this travel specialist has a good range of maps, guidebooks and atlases, as well as CD-Rom maps and...
There are Kilroy branches in Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland and the Netherlands. Originally focusing on cheap tickets for students and young people, they...
Stockholm's leading art bookshop, covering design, architecture, photography, fashion and more. Located in the basement of Kulthurhuset, next to DesignTorget.
Who do you want to be? Krabat has great dressing-up outfits for wannabe knights, fairies, Indian chiefs, pirates, clowns and Robin Hoods.
Kurt Ribbhagen is the best antique silver shop in the city and is also handily located next door to the Stockholm branch of renowned Danish silversmith...
Birger Jarlsgatan 13
Huge candles, absurd kitchen implements, cheap minimalist porcelain and paperback fiction - all under the same roof. It's a bit chaotic, but if you're lucky...
A very reasonably priced Swedish chain for women and children. The image is a little middle-aged, but a great amount of money and effort has been spent on...
Lisa Larssons is one of the most popular second-hand shops for Stockholm's trendy young things. Lots of leather jackets but also more dressy items for men...
Established in 1894, this small shop is probably the poshest florist in Stockholm, supplier to the king and various other well-heeled Swedes.
Scotsman Andrew Duncanson specialises in Scandinavian 20th-century design, including furniture, ceramics, glass and jewellery. If you're a fan of Alvar...
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