Sofie Hellsing and Christian Duivenvoorden opened Artilleriet, their inspired decor and home furnishing shop, three years ago in an airy warehouse space on Magasinsgattan, a bustling shopping street in Gotenberg, Sweden’s second-largest city. Not too long ago they launched Artilleriet: The Kitchen, a sister shop designed to resemble an idealized culinary space, where everything is for sale. “We’ve handpicked all products based on quality,” they told Residence Magazine. “The best pot, the best knife, porcelain that bears traces of the hand. We encourage our customers to mix and match for a more personal look.”
Above: Sofie Hellsing and Christian Duivenvoorden. Photograph via Residence Magazine.
Above: A long wood table anchors the space, surrounded by mismatched vintage dining chairs. Photograph via Lovely Life.
Above: A double row of Shaker peg rails displays an array of wares. Photograph via Lovely Life.
Above: An assortment of wares, including an Enamel Splatter Pitcher, 549 KR ($66.28), and Blackline Cutting Boards by Josh Vogel.
Above: The handblown Piuma Glassware Series.
Above L: A handblown Glass Carafe with Handle; 1,755 KR ($214.41). Above R: Cutting boards and Staub pots, artfully arranged.
Above: A set of Alessi Cheese Knives; 1,749 KR ($211.17).
Above: Nordic Sand Ceramics from Broste Copenhagen.
Above: The Cilindro Oil Bottle; 199 KR ($24.03).
Above: Our favorite Perigot Trash Bins.
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