An inside peek: Stockholm Christmas decorating

December 4, 2013

in Christmas in Stockholm,Living in Sweden,Shopping in Stockholm,Stockholm

Stockholm A living room set at the Svenskt Tenn store.


Stockholm The stockings feature some of the classic patterns created by Josef Frank.


When it comes to interior design in Stockholm,  it does not get much more classic than Svenskt Tenn. This store is the shopping destination for the welathy in this town. I’ve seen the iconic boldly patterned fabrics of Josef Frank from the store on pillows, chairs and couches in too many Swedish homes to count. And although I did not get the popularity of these patterns when I first moved to Stockholm, I’ve made my peace with it these days.

Recently, I went into the store to check out their julmarknad or holiday market. Here’s a glimpse of what I saw.


Svenskt Tenn A basket of ornaments.


Svenskt Tenn A bowl of stars.


Svenskt Tenn And a platter of festive flower ornaments.


Svenskt Tenn A holiday table setting. I like the green snaps glasses and the huge bouquet.


Stockholm And I’ve been seeing huge vases of hyacinths like this one incorporated into  all sorts of holiday displays lately.  

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1 Lou Lou December 6, 2013 at 06:43

Those hyacinths are gorgeous and I bet they smell amazing!

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