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Interiör Danish Design in Hamburg

© Hamburg Tourismus GmbH / Antje Forytta
© Hamburg Tourismus GmbH / Antje Forytta

Clear lines, bright colours - browsing through Interör is like a short trip to Copenhagen.

From elegant candlesticks, stylish teapots or minimalist vases, there is a lot to discover in this small shop on Osterstraße. The atmosphere is "hyggelig" and the many small pieces of furniture, patterned cushions and the practical things look friendly. In summer, the exterior also invites to the "Interiör": Even from a distance, seating furniture for the balcony or sitting area in front of the shop window invites to visit.

Bags with history and special gifts

By the way, the shop also offers a large selection of bags and accessories from "Freitag". Each of the label's products tells its very own story. Old truck tarpaulins are given a second life at "Freitag" and, as shoulder bags or mobile phone covers, can also withstand Hamburg's shifting weather.  Even if the store is not big, you can spend a lot of time here. If you're looking for that "special something" or a birthday present that says "I like you", you'll certainly find it here! The matching stylish wrapping paper can be bought right away.

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