Welcome to the GAFF Guide to Copenhagen. As Scandinavia’s so-called interior design capital, the city is top of our list when it comes to design kudos and inspiration. Filled with bikes, hygge and fantastic design, in between strolling around the Botanical gardens, having a coffee (and waffles) in Nyhavn or biking around in Vesterbro, you must, of course, indulge yourself in the remarkable interior design while visiting Copenhagen.
The city offers endless design inspiration with plenty of brilliant interior spots, in particular when it comes to Scandinavian minimalistic interior style (which we here at GAFF adore). In addition, we have spotted some of the absolute best interior spots you must visit. Consider yourself Scandi cool schooled.
One of the best interior spots in Copenhagen is without a doubt Stilleben – a unique interior and home decor shop located in the trendy area of København K. With handpicked products Stilleben offers brilliant interior design, quirky home decor, beautiful prints, textiles and handmade ceramics from their own collections, as well as by other designers.
Stilleben also has a ceramic collection called ”one of a kind”, where all the ceramics are literally one of a kind. At the moment the collection includes dreamy handmade vases made in Tuscany.
Niels Hemmingsengade 3
1153 København K
On Copenhagen’s most busy shopping street called Strøget (a shopaholic’s dream!), you will find Hay House, the flagship store of the popular Danish interior company Hay. Hay House is located in a beautiful vintage apartment over two floors which invites you into an authentic and cosy home feeling, that blends perfectly with their minimalistic interior design.
Combining furniture, home decor, textiles and ceramics, Hay House is a must visit for all interior lovers when in Copenhagen.
1100 København K
Designer Zoo, located in the trendy Meatpacking District of Vesterbro, is an interior shop that combines Scandinavian interior style with quirky arts and creative crafts. With loud patterns and colours, Designer Zoo’s pieces will certainly stand out.
Besides exhibition spaces, the shop also has seven workshops where designers and artists create ceramics, glassware and textiles. With affordable prices and lovable products, we doubt you will leave empty handed.
1620 København V
Finally, we arrive at Studio Oliver Gustav located in København K. Not your typical Danish interior design in the minimalistic style, instead, it has a more rustic and vintage inspired look. With the feeling of an art gallery, Oliver Gustav has created a studio space that perfectly highlights their collections in harmony with the room.
With limited edition pieces by talented designers and artists, the craft and artwork behind each design piece will leave you full of interior inspiration!
Store Strandstræde 9
1255 København K
Writen by Klara Bell