Sweden Antique and Decoration AB has been open for business since 1984 and is one of Sweden‘s largest stores for antique furniture and vintage items. Its longevity speaks to its quality, and it is a favorite stop off for collectors, those both local to the area and from further afield. Sweden Antique and Decoration AB has amassed quite the reputation over the years, and with good reason. This is the place to go in Sweden for anyone that has high-quality antique furniture and unique pieces on their wish lists.
One thing that strikes visitors stopping by at Sweden Antique and Decoration AB is the size of the store. With more than 3000 square meters (32000 sqft) of space, there is definitely no lack of things to look at here as the entire space is filled with wonderful high-quality items. This store does specialize in furniture pieces and prides itself on stocking a broad range of mid-century modern designs of Scandinavian origin. For those in the know, this includes works by Hans Wegner, Ib Kofod Larsen, Finn Juhl, Carl Malmsten and many more.
As well as designers from the 20th century, Sweden Antique and Decoration AB also has many items from both the 18th and 19th centuries. Anyone with any interest at all in historical furniture and household items should be sure to visit here at least once. The staff in Sweden Antique and Decoration AB certainly know their stuff with regards to the stories behind their pieces, and they are happy to share their knowledge with customers. It is always a pleasure to learn a little about the origins of such old pieces and to have a small piece of Scandanavian history in your living room.
All in all, this antique store truly has something for every collector, and there are pieces that will look great in any house. And non-antique hunters are just as welcome here as those with a more qualified interest in the historical value of the goods.
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