This place is well out of Copenhagen's inner city, but the trip to Amager might be worthwhile if you really want to shop big. Here, size definitely does matter as the building boasts a 70,000 square feet of shopping space with rare European antiques of almost every style and age. The price range is mid to high-end. The shop specializes in Chinese antiques, being best known for its Chinese furniture and wedding objects in red and black. You will also find a large selection of Danish antiques from the 18th and 19th Centuries.
Aplace is a high-end fashion boutique in Malmo which stocks a wide range seasonally-inspired fashion clothing, footwear, and accessories for men, women and children made by various fashion designers from Sweden and around the world. The store also a wide range of kitchenware, stationery, candles, books and electronic gadgets. Walk into an Aplace store to get a taste of the best of Scandinavian and International fashion.
Located in the heart of the city, Gustav Adolf Torg is a prominent public square. Not only is the square nestled amidst a number of historical buildings and important landmarks but the square is also close to The Old Cemetery. Besides the buildings, the square is also known for the number of sculptures and architectural pieces scattered across it as well as the number of cafes and shopping stalls housed here. The square is host to summer festivals as well. Whether you marvel at the historic Children Playing sculpture, relax in one of the cafes or shop for souvenirs, you can be rest assured of a memorable time in the buzzing space that is Gustav Adolfs Torg.
Located on Strøget in the center of Copenhagen, Illums Bolighus is one of the most fashionable furniture and decor shops in the country. The store is spread over four floors and contains all that you could need for the home, from huge bedroom wardrobes to tiny kitchen accessories. Most of the products are made by classic names like Georg Jensen, Dux and Bodrum. The prices are generally fairly steep but the quality is exceptional. Please check the website for timings, which are seasonal.
Royal Copenhagen Crystal on Amagertorv is located next to Royal Copenhagen's porcelain establishment. On the ground level of the crystal store, a large collection of crystals, wine glass sets, vases, bowls and other glassware is on display for the admiration of onlookers. On the store's first floor, unique pieces of glassware are on display together with exhibitions of the work of well-known international and Danish artists and designers.
Arnold Busck is one of the most popular bookshops in Copenhagen. It is situated on Købmagergade, a side street to Strget and one of the busiest shopping streets in Copenhagen. The University of Copenhagen is nearby, and originally the shop was meant for collegiate literature students. Now it has become public, with a special focus on books on art and architecture. The selection of fiction books is large, too. Once a year this shop has a sale, and though it does get very crowded, it's a great place to pick up a bargain.