Today we offer tips on hot spots in Stockholm for antique lovers.
Johan Sjöström Antik
Johan Sjöström is an atique deaker who mixes ‘real’ antiques with contemporary design. There is something here for everyone. A fresh, personal mix of Baroque chests of drawers and mass-produced brass lamps from the 70s. You have to visit the store, since the website is practically never updated.
As a 23-year-old, Alexander Nordling took over his aunt’s well-established antique shop in today’s hip SoFo. Together with his good friend Isaac Ström, Nordling sells cool silver, jewelry and constructivist art and design classics.
The world’s nicest Scot has collected the best designs from the breakthrough of modernism to the present day. International design by Ron Arad is housed together with Scandinavian icons by Alvar, Aalto and Finn Juhl.
In Richard Thunér’s newly reonovated showroom you will find Swedish antiques of the highest quality. Ask him about Gustavian carpenters or why the Empire period is so exciting; We promiose it will be a fruitful chat.
Karlavägen 15 A
Brandstationen is an interior-decorating universe from vintage dealer Christian Quaglia & co. This is Stockholm’d most fun shop. Everything is mixed here with style. Semi-antique and bran-new in a sexy blend that evokes greed.
Feature image (on top): From Brandstationen