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Skeifan, Reykjavík, 108 | +354 568 7733, Iceland
Epal Store in Iceland
Courtesy of Epal
Type of shop
Home and design
Great design

Like a high-end version of IKEA, Epal’s surplus of household goods are ideal for gifting, and one-of-a-kind accent pieces for your own home. Linens come with unique geometric patterns, and dishes are designed with a similar sensibility. The furniture at Epal has touches of Eames and Art Deco, while the trinkets and jewelry have more blatant Icelandic themes, like whale-shaped woodcuts, and candle holders sculpted into arctic birds. There's a small satellite location inside Harpa for travelers without the time to visit the main megastore.

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