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The 5 must-visit design shops and showrooms in Oslo

Our top 5 picks for Oslo’s most interesting design shops and showrooms

Oslo is a city known for its innovative and eclectic design scene and a source of inspiration for those with a keen eye for aesthetics and craftsmanship. From the heart of its busy streets to the more serene surroundings, the Norwegian capital hosts an array of design shops and showrooms that all contribute to the city’s tapestry and contemporary flair. These destinations offer everything from cutting-edge Scandinavian design to unique, hand-picked vintage finds and international brands. Each shop tells its own story, blending tradition with modernity in a way that’s both inspiring and distinctly Norwegian.
Kollekted By Oslo Norway shop review
Kollekted By Oslo Norway shop review

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Kollekted By

Kollekted By is a creation by the visionary stylist duo Kråkvik & D’Orazio. This concept store serves as a treasure trove for those passionate about design, offering a meticulously selected range of furniture, lighting and home goods. Each piece tells a story of craftsmanship and aesthetic appeal, sourced from around the globe. Kollekted By stands as a testament to the power of thoughtful curation, blending international design with local sensibilities in a space that invites exploration and inspiration​​.

Kolleketd By
Schous Plass 7 A
Oslo
Norway

Photography courtesy of kollekted by

Alabaster Studio Oslo Norway shop review

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Alabaster Studio

Located in the heart of Oslo, Alabaster Studio is a gem of interior design, birthed from Amy Thelwall’s passion for beauty and community. It offers a curated mix of vintage finds and unique pieces for the home​​. The studio not only showcases Thelwall’s interior design philosophy, which champions personal, timeless spaces over fleeting trends, but also her knack for blending old and new to create environments that feel both inviting and inspired. With its roots deeply planted in St. Hanshaugen, Alabaster Studio embodies a special atmosphere where the decor reflects the unique personalities of those who dwell within.

Alabaster Studio
Ullevålsveien 16 B
Oslo
Norway

Photography courtesy of Alabaster Studio

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Sanatorium Oslo Norway shop review

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Sanatorium

Sanatorium is a distinctive creative space that doubles as an interior concept store and design studio, crafted by the collaborative efforts of Inne Design and X-PO design. This unique venue offers an eclectic mix of products and design services, embodying a blend of modern aesthetics and innovative concepts. Known for its unconventional approach, Sanatorium extends beyond the traditional retail experience, inviting visitors into a world where interior design meets artistic exploration. With its commitment to creativity and design excellence, Sanatorium has become a significant part of Oslo’s design landscape.

Sanatorium
Frydenlundgata 14,
Oslo
Norway

Photography courtesy of Sanatorium

Carousel Oslo Norway shop review

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Carousel

Carousel is a treasure trove if you are enchanted by the allure of vintage and second-hand finds. Situated in the heart of Grünerløkka, this interior and homeware store stands out for its eclectic array of vintage gems, art, antiques, designer products and much more​​​​. The store’s unique charm is further accentuated by its commitment to offering a diverse range of items that span from retro furniture to designer accessories and lighting solutions, making it a haven for collectors and interior design enthusiasts alike. Carousel’s distinctive style and atmosphere make it a must-visit destination in Oslo.

Carousel
Grüners gate 14A
Oslo
Norway

Photography courtesy of Carousel

Milla Studio Oslo Norway shop review
Milla Studio Oslo Norway shop review

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Milla Studio

Milla Studio presents a unique blend of design, art and lifestyle under one roof. Located in central Oslo, this concept showroom offers an international and eclectic vibe, featuring a mix of well-known design objects, hand-picked vintage items from markets across Europe and unique art pieces. Milla Studio is not just about contemporary design; it also includes items from globally recognized brands such as Ligne Roset, Saba Italia, Gubi and Menu. Originating in 2007, it has evolved over the years into one of Norway’s leading interior and lifestyle stores. The store’s interior reflects a diverse style incorporating contemporary, rustic, vintage, and industrial elements​​​​.

Milla Studio
Filipstadveien 5
Oslo
Norway

Photography courtesy of Milla studio

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