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Strandvägen 5B, 114 51, Stockholm, | +46 8 23 33 80, Sweden
Carl Malmsten Furniture Store in Stockholm
Courtesy of Carl Malmsten
Type of shop
Home and design
Features
Great design, Historic, Artisanal/handicrafts

Carl Malmsten opened this store in 1940, and today it is run by his grandson, Jerk. The store sells pieces designed by Malmsten and other designers, and includes everything from table linens and armchairs to incredible sofas. It's a huge champion of traditional Swedish crafts.

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