Modernity offers vintage 20th century design – furniture, lighting, ceramics and glass. The emphasis is on Scandinavian designers by the likes of Wegner, Juhl, Aalto, Mathsson, Jacobsen, Salto, Friberg, Wirkkala, and Sarpaneva.


The founders of Paper Cut have the ambition to create the ultimate store for people who consider fashion, art, literature, design, film, and music integral parts of life. If you’re seeking inspiration, or need a gift for someone, this might just be the perfect place to start. The shelves are packed with first edition DVDs, imported lifestyle and literary magazines, tons of interesting and beautiful books, and all kinds of unexpected accessories. 

Svenskt Tenn

Svenskt Tenn is perhaps the most exclusive interior design store in Stockholm. It was founded in 1924 by Estrid Ericson, who ten years later recruited designer Josef Frank to the company. Together they created the elegant and boldly patterned interior design style that to this day pervades the collection. Swing by and have a look at their signature patterns, wallpapers and fabrics – and if that’s not enough, have a peek at the very best in Swedish furniture design.

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