Design shops in Copenhagen: Hot places to check out

Experience world-famous Danish and international designers

So where should the design geek go?

Copenhagen is known for it´s lush design scene. And this is quite obvious, because all kinds of designers crowd here and offer their creativity.
A smart way to take part is to visit some of the design shops that are scattered across the city. Here you get the opportunity to experience everything that makes Copenhagen a destination for design enthusiasts.

Designer Zoo

Designer Zoo is a meeting point for Danish crafts and design.
In the furniture workshop in the basement, Karsten Lauritsen produces his classic bean tables as well as sofa and dining tables.
Vesterbrogade 137

Designer Zoo shop decorated for Christmas


In this design shop will find jewellery, clothes, knitwear, ceramics, glass, home textiles, things for the little ones and much, much more. Great quality and good value for your money.
Gothersgade 105

A feast of creativity awaits you in this shop


Normann Copenhagen is a Danish design company with a mission to create original and innovative products in a simple and contemporary design that can withstand the test of time. Don´t miss a visit to their centrally located design shop.
Niels Hemmingsens Gade 12

The very best of Danish design


Since 1964, Paustian have stood for some of the best in design and furniture art – both for private homes and companies worldwide. Have a look at thier website here.
Niels Hemmingsens Gade 24

A big shop not far away from Strøget

Studio Oliver Gustav

A fantastic place and a must visit. Here it’s more like an experience than a design shop. In fact, the building was built 1920 for shipowner and consul general Johan Hansen’s large collection of visual arts. Really one of the city’s most interesting design shops.
Kastelsvej 18

The old Museumbuilding was built as a private art gallery

Beau Marché

Outside on the street you will find one of the finest design shops. But the same business also has a romantic French style café in the backyard. And why not try to arrive in time for their delicious breakfast.
Ny Østergade 32

Beau Marché café in the backyard

Stilleben design shop

A well-stocked store with both Danish and international designers. Therefore colors rule and inspiration flows. This is their flagship store. Another must visit.
Frederiksborggade 22

Playful with colors in this pleasant shop

Le Klint design shop

Here is the Copenhagen showroom with all kinds of designer lamps handmade in Odense in Denmark. So don´t miss this impressive range of fantastic, but quite pricy lamps.
Store Kirkestræde 1

Design lamps made with the classic LE KLINT folding technique

Hay House

Inside this majestic building is Hay Copenhagen. Here you can enjoy a high-quality range of design products from all over the world. And take your time because there is a lot here. You will find the entrance from Strøget.
Østergade 61

A beautiful house with an even more fantastic design shop

Dansk Made for Rooms

Dansk is an excellent design store. Yes, most things for the home are here and the selection is skillfully selected. So how about sweeping kitchenware, slim TV stands and high-end tiles?
They also offer their own range of wall colors that you shouldn’t miss.
Istedgade 80

Istedgade was formerly part of Copenhagen’s red light district

Notre Dame

Notre Dame offers a wide selection of applied art and beautiful interior, which you can decorate your home with. In addition, the selection is really large and it’s a nice feeling to just wander around among all the beautiful and practical items.
Nørregade 7

Notre Dame in late November


If you walk around the church that sits together with the Round Tower, you will soon see this design gem in a basement. And here you get a tasteful selection of books on art, crafts and design, quality stationery and local arts & crafts.
Landemærket 9

An unassuming exterior but an impressive range

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