The best second hand shops in Stockholm

It didn’t take us long to uncover the second-hand scene in Sweden. It’s bigger than big. From clothes to furniture, fabric to home decor – you can find everything you need & cheaply too! Whether you are passing through & are looking for a souvenir from your travels or want to completely kit out your home, we’ve been scouring the city for the best second hand shops out there (& there is a lot to choose from!)

Sundays only! Bruno vintage market on Södermalm

Bruno vintage market has several different stalls selling mostly clothing but some jewellery & household items as well. Consisting of two corridors, Bruno vintage market is fairly small but that also means it never gets too busy either.

Items are reasonably priced, sellers are friendly & there are some different …

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10th March 2014

Slightly underwhelmed by Nu och då (Now & Then) second hand

I have heard a lot of good things about this place & that it is a ‘high-end’ second hand shop. Maybe I caught it on a bad day (such is the nature of second hand shops as the stock is constantly different) but I was not overwhelmed.

They had a …

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1st March 2014

Emmaus Stockholm – worth a look for second hand & vintage

Emmaus has two stores, located right next to each other. The larger of the two is well-stocked for both children and adults with clothes, books and textiles (sheets, table cloths, fabric, rugs etc.).

They also set out many of the clothes by type and colour which makes it very pleasing …

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27th February 2014

Apparently the largest flea market in Scandinavia (Loppmarknaden)

While Loppmarknaden claims to be the largest flea market in Scandinavia, we weren’t impressed. They have a lot of stalls but instead of being filled with quality second goods, there were a lot of cheap house-clearance-type stalls. We were also expecting it to be a lot bigger than it was. …

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15th February 2014

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