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Stockholm & Copenhagen

This summer, Jessie took a whirlwind week-long trip to Stockholm and Copenhagen. Discover her list of must-see spots for the perfect Scandinavian getaway now.

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Stay: Hotel Sanders

The homiest hotel in the center of Copenhagen. The stay left Jessie obsessed with daytime diningroom candles — such a lovely idea.

Shop: House of Finn Juhl

Finn Juhl is an icon of Danish design, and his artfully curated shop of homewares and furniture has us desperate to redecorate.

Shop: Holly Golightly

This sweet little Copenhagen shop houses the most artfully curated collection of clothing, decor, and vintage — the kind of place you could explore for hours.

Shop: Svenskt Tenn

All the charm of Swedish interior design in one place, founded almost one hundred years ago by Estrid Ericson.

Eat: Selma

A Michelin-star restaurant with classic Copenhagen cuisine and an ever-changing seasonal menu. Danish potatoes, smørrebrød, and poached rhubarb for dessert.  

Visit: The National Museum

The center for Swedish art. Jessie was particularly obsessed with the special exhibit on display "The Garden: Six Centuries of Art and Nature,"

Stay: Ett Hem

Housed in three converted townhomes in the center of Stockholm, Ett Hem is an urban oasis — quaint, cozy, and filled with flowers.

Visit: Rosendals Garden

The perfect way to spend a Stockholm day. Fresh blooms, a beautiful boutique, and a cafe with fresh ingredients sourced from the property.

Shop: Tambur

Yet another decor store with pieces filling up our moodboards — Tambur in Stockholm. Jessie loved everything, but the dinnerware stole the show.

Shop: Tekla Fabrics

Stripes on stripes from the iconic Swedish textile hub

Eat: Sanchez

A delicious Mexican restaurant in Copenhagen that happens to feature work by Mestiz, an artist our team met in San Miguel! Such a small world.