The best Swedish housewares, accessories, and more.
Svenskt Tenn offers a beautifully curated, multilevel selection of delicate brass- and glassware, lighting, porcelain, furniture, and Josef Frank botanical prints. Sweden’s foremost purveyor of antique and Midcentury Scandinavian design, Modernity, carries ceramics by Danish designer Axel Salto and rare pieces by Poul Kjærholm. Fans of contemporary Nordic housewares will want to make a beeline for Nordiska Galleriet, an industrial-style space filled with portable goods, from candlesticks to alpaca throws. The punchy, unstructured women’s pieces by Carin Rodebjer have earned her a cult following for over a decade. At Mood Stockholm, you’ll find cafés and stores including local indie brands Bönor & Blad and Supertrash. Two key addresses in Södermalm: Lisa Larsson Second Hand, for vintage dresses from the 1940’s to the 70’s, and Nitty Gritty Store, which stocks niche accessory labels such as Roman jewelers Iosselliani.