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Shopper’s Diary: Tambur Shop in Stockholm

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Shopper’s Diary: Tambur Shop in Stockholm

March 26, 2018

Our latest Scandi obsession: Tambur Store, located in Södermalm, a happening neighborhood in Stockholm. Launched a couple of years ago by designer Anders Widegren and stylist Sebastian Bergström, Tambur is a concept shop modeled after a home, with a kitchen, dining area, and living room (in Swedish, tambur means “entryway”). The duo stocks an array of Scandinavian wares, as well as glassware from Czechoslovakia, brass accessories from Japan, and cutting boards from the UK. Join us for a quick tour.

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Above: The kitchen area has Ikea cabinets with Harlequin doors from Swedish company Superfront. (For more, see Ikea Kitchen Upgrade: 8 Custom Cabinet Companies for the Ultimate Kitchen Hack.)
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Above: The dining table is set with a Paula Navone Herring Carafe, an Amber Crystal Carafe, a glass Palo Vase from Skrufs Glasbruk, and a Cabbage Platter created in the early 20th century by Portuguese artist Raphael Bordallo Pinheiro.
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Above left: Cutting Boards from Hampson Woods. Above right: A Klong Oil Lamp and porcelain Magma Tableware.
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Above: A living room tableau with a Cassidy Pouf and a selection of framed Tambur Prints.
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Above left: A view into the dining area, where a pair of Formakami Pendants by &Tradition hover over the table. Above right: A Crystal Carafe and a Green Crystal Carafe.

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