Shopping in Stockholm

Fashion and interior design shopping in Stockholm

Shoppers can easily get their fill in Stockholm. Here we list some of the most well-known shopping streets and department stores but also some of the hidden shopping pearls normally only reserved for diehard locals.

ÅHLÉNS CITY

Åhléns is one of Sweden’s most prominent department store chains. And with 70 stores throughout Sweden and their flagship store Åhlens City, Sweden’s biggest department store, the variety of goods on offer is striking. Well-known international brands coexist with lesser-known Swedish designers. At Åhléns City you can shop for everything from fashion and beauty to kitchenware.

Åhlens City also has one of the Savor Tourist Information tourist agencies.

Address:
Klarabergsgatan 50 / Stockholm, Sweden
Telephone:+46 (0) 8 402 80 00
E-mail: customerservice@ahlens.se
Website: www.ahlens.se

OLEANA / Slow Clothes. Fair made

Welcome to our two stores in Stockholm, here you will find the full collection. All our products are knitted and sewn at our factory in Ytre Arna near Bergen.

Address:
Järntorget 83, Gamla Stan
Tel +46 8 10 26 22

Mäster Samuelsgatan 10
Tel +46 8611 8806

Monday – Friday 11 – 18
Saturday 11 – 16
E-mail: oleanabutiken@gmail.com | oleana.friends@gmail.com
Website: oleana.no

BRUNO GALLERIAN

Bruno is a marketplace for both established and innovative fashion. Scandinavian fashion is mixed with international brands, a coffee shop, an Asian restaurant, a popular summer terrace and ongoing club nights.

Address:
Götgatan 36 / T-Bana Slusen/ Stockholm, Sweden
E-mail: emilie@brunogotgatsbacken.se
Website: www.brunogotgatsbacken.se

NK STOCKHOLM- NORDISKA KOMPANIET

Founder Josef Sachs’s vision was for NK to be both commercial and cultural theater. The grand building on Hamngatan in Stockholm opened its doors in 1915 and has since attracted visitors from far and wide. In NK, there are 110 entrepreneurs representing a variety of brands, primarily in fashion, beauty, and design.

Address:
Hamngatan 18-20 / Stockholm, Sweden
Telephone:+46 (0) 8 762 80 00
E-mail: servicecenter.sth@nk.se
Website: www.nk.se

STUREGALLERIAN

The Sture Gallerian entrance is opposite “Svampen” (the Mushroom) at Stureplan, Stockholm’s perhaps most famous venue. Sturegallerian has 60 stores – a mix of chain stores and small local shops and designers.

Every year Sturegallerian sees 7 million shoppers, many of whom are also there to relax in Sturebadet, have a coffee or a bite to eat at one of its restaurants. In the evenings, parts of Sturegallerian turns into a nightclub, Sturecompagniet, which is open until 5 in the morning.

Address:
Stureplan 4 / Stockholm, Sweden
Website: www.sturegallerian.se

Moodgallerian i Stockholm

MOOD STOCKHOLM

Since its opening in March 2012, Mood Stockholm has quickly become one of the capital’s natural meeting places, both for the locals themselves and for tourist from all corners of the world. In this colorful and vibrant environment, you can enjoy life, shop, socialize, and work most of the day or night. Simply put, Mood Stockholm is a pleasant, modern city within the city.

Address:
Regeringsgatan 48, / Stockholm, Sverige
Telephone:+46 (0) 8 723 87 33
Website: http://moodstockholm.se

GALLERIAN

Gallerian is the shopping center that gave the word “galleria” it present meaning of a glass-enclosed shopping mall. Gallerian in Stockholm was inaugurated in 1976 and has about 50,000 visitors daily with its convenient location in Hamngatan. Its goal has always been not to be too exclusive but instead focus on a broad target group. Gallerian has 70 stores, restaurants, and cafés.

Address:
Hamngatan 37 / Stockholm, Sweden
Telephone:+46 (0) 8 533 373 00
E-mail: info@stockholminfo.se
Website: http://gallerian.se

FÄLTÖVERSTEN

Since 1973, Fältöversten in Östermalm between Karlaplan and Valhallavägen has been a meeting place for Östermalm residents. It has 60 stores and restaurants and a wide selection of services. People are allowed to bring their dogs to Fältöversten, which is a privilege that is often exercised.

Address:
Karlaplan 13, / Stockholm, Sweden
Telephone:+46 (0) 8 696 33 69
E-mail: madeleine.spangberg@amffastigheter.se
Website: http://faltoverstencentrum.com

HORNSTULL

The area around Hornstull has undergone extensive renovations recently. The Hornstull Shopping Center has 39 shops, cafés and restaurants and the square outside has tables and booths all year round. The area around Hornstull has even more stores and eateries.

Address:
Långholmsgatan/Hornsbruksgatan, / Stockholm, Sweden
Telephone:+46 (0) 8 696 33 69
E-mail: sara.falkevik@hornstull.se
Website: http://hornstull.se

SKRAPAN

Skrapan was previously known as Skatteskrapan when it was the Swedish Tax Agency’s headquarters in Stockholm. These days, the building is simply called Skrapan and is the home of the restaurant Himlen at the top. At the lower levels, there is a shopping center with restaurants and stores. The floors in-between house student residents, which contributes to Skrapen’s youthful atmosphere.

Address:
Götgatan 78, / Stockholm, Sweden
Telephone:+46 (0) 700-920392
E-mail: marita.floman@vasakronan.se
Website: http://skrapan.se

SOFO

The South of Folkungsgatan neighborhood – Stockholm’s own SoHo, and an area full of local merchants, designers and eateries. The center of SoFo is Nytorget with its cozy outdoor restaurants and iconic food store Urban Deli.

Address:
SoFo area (Bondegatan, Skånegatan), / Stockholm, Sweden
Telephone:+46 (0) 70-690 51 41
E-mail: info@sofo-stockholm.se
Website: http://sofo-stockholm.se

BIBLIOTEKSTAN

Bibliotekstan is comprised of the blocks along Biblioteksgatan between Norrmalmstorg and Stureplan. This is Stockholm’s most exclusive shopping district with stores such as Prada, Chanel, and Louis Vuitton. Bibliotekstan also has some of the world’s best watches as represented by the brand stores of Rolex, Chopard, and IWC.

More information: | Website: www.bibliotekstan.se

NORDISKA GALLERIET

Nordiska Galleriet is considered to be one of Europe’s leading stores for furniture and interior design from international designers and suppliers. Entering Nordiska Galleriet is an experience in itself for any interested in design and it has a service level out of the ordinary.

Address:
Nybrogatan 11 / Stockholm, Sweden
Telephone:+46 (0) 8 442 83 60
E-mail: mobel@nordiskagalleriet.se
Website: www.nordiskagalleriet.se

IKEA KUNGENS KURVA

KEA is one Sweden’s most famous brands and hardly needs any introduction.  IKEA’s store at Kungens Kurva is the world’s largest IKEA store and is one of Stockholm’s most visited tourist sites. On the store’s four floors of the circular building, there are numerous exhibitions that showcase IKEA’s Scandinavian design.

The name of the area Kungens Kurva (the King’s Curve) is derived from an incident when King Gustav V’s Cadillac drove into a ditch here on his way back from hunting in 1946. No one was injured and the King was able to escape with dry feet as he was wearing his high hunting boots.

Address: Kungens Kurva / Skärholmen, Sweden |
Website: www.ikea.com

DESIGN TORGET

Designtorget is a marketplace for unique design, for customers and designers who value style, function, and innovation. What makes Designtorget so unique is the direct contact with the designers whose items are on sale. The product selection is decided by a committee that meets weekly to choose the products to be showcased in the stores. There are several Designtorget stores around Stockholm, e.g. one at the ground floor of Kulturhuset at Sergels Torg.

More information: | Website: www.designtorget.se

KASTHALL

Kasthall transforms your floors into genuine design pieces. Kasthall’s traditional, handmade rugs are made completely to your specifications; all rugs are custom-made and are produced on order. Kasthall represents 120 years of passion for floors and its close cooperation with famous textile designers give you exactly the rug you want.

Address:
Ingmar Bergmans Gata 4, / Stockholm, Sweden
Telephone:+46 (0) 8 662 27 11
E-mail: sthlmshop@kasthall.se
Website: www.kasthall.com

NORRGAVEL

Norrgavel’s philosophy is based on humanist, ecological and existential values. Furniture is a utility designed to make your everyday life simple and beautiful. Inspired by classic Swedish design, such as Carl Larssons Sundborn and Ellen Keys. Beauty for all.

Address:
Birger Jarlsgatan 27 , / Stockholm, Sweden
Telephone:+46 (0) 8 545 220 50
E-mail: stockholm@norrgavel.se
Website: http://norrgavel.se

HEADER PICTURE: Biblioteksgatan | Photo: © Staffan Eliasson / mediabank.visitstockholm.com

ÅHLÉNS CITY

NK STOCKHOLM

STUREGALLERIAN

GALLERIAN

FÄLTÖVERSTEN

HORNSTULL

SKRAPAN

SOFO

BIBLIOTEKSGATAN

NORDISKA GALLERIET

DESIGN TORGET

KASTHALL

NORRGAVEL

IKEA OF SWEDEN

MOOD GALLERIAN

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