Do a good thing for charity – go shopping @ Myrorna

Many second hand stores that you will find in Sweden are charity shops & here at Myrorna, all the proceeds from this chain of stores goes to the Salvation army. They have many second hand stores in Stockholm & each one is different so it is worth visiting a few.  Their range of second hand goods in most stores extends from kitchenware to clothes, books (not just in Swedish) to textiles & furniture to household furnishings (homewares).  Myrorna is also an excellent place to buy cheap fabric for craft projects (from their textiles section on the bottom floor) as I have found new fabric to be very expensive here in Sweden. It doesn’t even need to be specifically new fabric – for example, I bought two old table runners and from that I have made 6 table napkins & plan to make 2 cushions as well (photos to follow shortly).

While they all tend to have clothes & some homewares, below I have listed some of the Myrorna stores which have larger sections of some items:

  • Götgatan, Södermalm – This store is spread across two floors and has a good selection of textile, books, homewares & a limited furniture selection.
  • The Vasastan, Norrtullsgatan store has an interesting collection of paintings as well as a large children’s clothes, books & toys section.
  • The store on Kungsholmen, Fleminggatan has the largest textile section I have seen, books, DVDs and even electrical appliances. The clothing section is vast & I would recommend a visit to this store.
  • Sollentuna, Stinsen – Being less centrally located, this store has more of a community feel & contains furniture, many homewares & has a good clothing section.
  • If you are looking for furniture, try the Ropsten store where they have a good selection of larger furniture items.

Exact locations & opening times of their 11 Stockholm stores can be found on their website.

Locations & Opening Times:

Götgatan, Söder – Götgatan 79 (Weekdays 10-18.30, Saturday 11-17)

Kungsholmen, Fleminggatan Store – Fleminggatan 89 (Weekdays 11-19, Saturday 11-17)

Vasastan, Norrtullsgatan Store – Norrtullsgatan 9 (Weekdays 10-18, Saturday 10-16)

Sollentuna, Stinsen Store – Glimmervägen 13 (Weekdays 10-18, 11-17)

Ropsten Store-  Kolargatan 2 (Weekdays 10-18, Saturday 10-17, Sunday 12-16)

For details on their other stores across Stockholm as well as the rest of Sweden, visit myrorna.se

Götgatan store on Södermalm

Vasastan, Norrtullsgatan Store

Kungsholmen, Fleminggatan Store


Sollentuna, Stinsen Store


27th April 2014

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  • Rayne Ethetton

    My teenage daughter and I went to the Kungsholmen, Fleminggatan Store yesterday and we got a nice sport coat for my husband and some cute jewlery for me. My daughter found some cute jeans and tops. We paid about $30. Worth a trip.

    • That is excellent – there’s nothing like bargain shopping. Myrorna has got to be one of my favourite second hand stores in Stockholm – partly because there are so many, containing such a variety of treasures!