I thought I’d give you the final tour of some of the other places I visited in Copenhagen. First up, the renowned Royal Smushi cafe, a pre-requisite stopover for lunch or tea.
Next door to the cafe was the Royal Copenhagen store. Three floors of porcelain heaven! On display were this season’s Blue fluted cups with their delicate floral prints.
A short stroll down was Hay House with its two large floors of furniture and accessories.
This pale pink ‘Dot” table cloth caught my eye. It is so beautifully contrasted against the copper candlestick holder and fresh yellow-green foliage, an ideal display for brightening up this so evident end to our Summer.
There was even a children’s section in Hay house. Those cat hangers are so sweet and I have a similar elephant in green. They are by Andreas Linzner, all unique in vintage fabric.
This geometric pattern is from the wall of Stilleben. Another must visit store. I was particularly drawn to the colours, the Autumn/Winter tones that I’m currently favouring.
If I had more luggage room, I would have bought these alphabet prints by Leise Dich Abrahamsen. My favourites are the lilac and orange.
Hope you have enjoyed this post. I’m now gearing up for the London design festival. Have a wonderful weekend x