6 augusti 2012


I tought it´s time for part II now from my Copenhagen visit so here it comes! Day after blog´nhagen  Emma Fexeus and I went around in Copenhagen on our own and picked out some more favorite spots in that beautiful city! The first interior store we visited was a store called stilleben, which is very scandinavian and form strong interior design store located central in Copenhagen, so proud to tell also that stilleben is the store in Copenhagen that sell´s my products.

Another great shop where we stopped by was Hay´s flagship store, everything in the shop was only Hay´s own products. 
Graphic, Danish, and always playful!

Store or a creativ working space that is really worth a visit is a tile store called Dahl studio. They makes and sell the most stunning 
tiles and floor clinker that I have seen.

The two last images comes from a place you will see more photos later, in another context. All I can say right now is that it belongs 
to one of Denmark's top stylists, and that it will be a big hit when it opens.

10 kommentarer:

  1. Vilka härliga bilder. Köpenhamn är verkligen en fantastiskt stad, med dansk design-ögongodis vart man än vänder sig. Jag var också där i somras och skrev en liten miniguide på min blogg.

  2. Åh va kul, måste gå in och kika! :)

  3. I didn't know you sold your stuff at Stilleben. I LOVE that store. Even more now! I'll have to go back soon to check it out.

  4. Stilleben, å så fint. Och vilken fint kakel, vill ha!!! :-) /Elina

  5. To much of lovely things, love those black and white photos.

    Thanks for sharing!

    Have a lovely day!


  6. Great news on your pieces in the Copenhagen Shop. Fantastic photos! Thank you for sharing :)

  7. @mariela, Mesy, thanks for passing by!

  8. Å så fint, københavn er en vakker by. Skal dit om 2 uker og har plan om å besøke Stilleben jeg også :)
    Gleder meg til å se mer flotte københavn bilder :)

    klem Mari

  9. Stilleben & Hay are my favorites in Copenhagen as well. Love those tiles by Dahl studio. Definitely popping by next time! Merci Annaleena!