Stockholm's vintage ambiance is not only a result of its long street of 19th-century buildings. It's also the unique specialty stores that have been there for several years which most people visit to search for treasures like rare books or antique furniture. Here are five shopping destinations in Stockholm that would make every shopaholic's dream come true.
Ronnel Antikvariat. If books are your first love, this haven is for you. This bookstore is the largest in the Nordic World with an estimated 75,000 rare collections and transcripts. It offers a diversity of subjects that would surely be a treat for somebody wanting to be surprised.
Jacksons. If it's historical pieces are what you're looking for, Jackson is the place for you. Be engrossed with this 3-decade old furniture shop that has collections from the 1910's. The artistic taste of their antiques is also very picture-worthy.
Svenskt Tenn. According to The New York Times, this popular store is where most Stockholm residents hunt for trendy home goods, may it be furniture, textiles or even lighting designs. Aside from that, it maintains its creativity and style since it annually holds exhibitions for Stockholm designers.
Lisa Larsson. If fashion is your fancy, a must visit is the Lisa Larsson. This established 2-decade boutique is perfect for those looking for the next style inspiration since it has the best collection of fashion treasures. You might find an interesting inexpensive piece to complete your ensemble or even the rare collectable items.
Skivhogen. Conde Nast Traveller reported that this store has the best and biggest collection of the 1950-1990's music. You will be fascinated not only by the fantastic album covers but also with the pristine condition of the records. They have a variety of jazz, rock and pop which you would enjoy listening for hours.
There is more that Stockholm can offer and it offers a wide range of products from music, jewelry, fashion, interior and books. This is the perfect destination for a shopping spree because it doesn't only have eye-catching pieces but it also has an equally unique collection.