Interior design shops
Copenhagen has many interior design stores in which you can find the major Danish interior design brands. Minimalist style and excellent craftsmanship are recognised all over the world as the trademarks of Nordic design, and in Copenhagen, you can visit the major brands’ flagship stores and the smaller design boutiques in the city’s various districts. Don’t miss Illums Bolighus on Strøget, Normann Copenhagen in Østerbro and CasaShop on Store Regnegade.
Danish fashion is cool, innovative and high-quality, and it is quickly winning international recognition. In Copenhagen, you’ll find all the big Danish brands’ shops and flagship stores, but also smaller boutiques with up-and-coming Danish designers.
You’ll love the streets of Copenhagen with their charm and distinctive feel. The pedestrian street is one of the longest in the world, and here you find the major brand name stores.
If you want to wander lazily in a relaxed atmosphere and explore small shops and historic buildings, take a stroll down Stræderne then pop over to Nyhavn and enjoy a beer and a bite on the sidewalk with the occasional street musicians adding to the relaxed atmosphere.
If you want to shop where the cosmopolitan locals go, then the newly revived streets of Vesterbro are a perfect mix of designer shops interspersed with relaxing coffee shops, stylish wine bars and restaurants.
The vibrant, relaxed and lively Istedgade offers great shopping and is near the reinvigorated Meatpacking District, a creative cluster with galleries, art cafés, nightlife and small creative businesses and studios in the historical buildings. Great for both dining and a lively night out on the town.
Jægersborggade is in the colorful and relaxed Nørrebro neighborhood. This small residential street is home to around 40 art galleries, organic produce shops, vintage clothes, ceramics and jewellery designers, as well as wine bars, coffee shops and restaurants. In Nørrebro you will also find the area around Elmegade, Ski Hans Torv and Ravnsborggade with unique boutiques and antique stores, where you can find Danish vintage design
A little more upmarket are Østerbrogade and Gammel Kongevej. Here, you’ll find delis, designer clothing and quirky boutiques.
In short Copenhagen has it all.
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