Vintage Shopping in Copenhagen: Finderi

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Finderi, vintage shopping, Copenhagen, vintage ceramics, vintage shopping tip, shopping tip Copenhagen

I’ve written about my obsession with vintage ceramics quite a few times here on Happy Interior Blog. And anyone following me on Instagram knows that I have quite a batch of vintage ceramics at home. And still I feel like whenever I scout for vintage ceramics I can find half a dozen new pieces that I want for my ever growing collection. During my last trip to Copenhagen it was an absolute must to finally go and see a vintage store I was following on Instagram for quite a while: Finderi.

Finderi, vintage shopping, Copenhagen, vintage ceramics, vintage shopping tip, shopping tip Copenhagen

Finderi, vintage shopping, Copenhagen, vintage ceramics, vintage shopping tip, shopping tip Copenhagen

Finderi, vintage shopping, Copenhagen, vintage ceramics, vintage shopping tip, shopping tip Copenhagen

Finderi, vintage shopping, Copenhagen, vintage ceramics, vintage shopping tip, shopping tip Copenhagen

Luckily the little shop is pretty central and easily reached by foot. When I set off to visit Finderi together with my friend and fellow blogger Nina of Stylizimo, I knew I’ll end up buying something. Or rather some things. Before heading to the shop I have aligned with Line, another Danish interior aficionado and vintage fan that I e-met through Instagram and I truly love her style. When I arrived there I was welcome by Line and by the shop owner Josephine and her cute dog.

Finderi, vintage shopping, Copenhagen, vintage ceramics, vintage shopping tip, shopping tip Copenhagen

Finderi, vintage shopping, Copenhagen, vintage ceramics, vintage shopping tip, shopping tip Copenhagen

Finderi, vintage shopping, Copenhagen, vintage ceramics, vintage shopping tip, shopping tip Copenhagen

Finderi, vintage shopping, Copenhagen, vintage ceramics, vintage shopping tip, shopping tip Copenhagen

Finderi, vintage shopping, Copenhagen, vintage ceramics, vintage shopping tip, shopping tip Copenhagen

Finderi is a tiny shop but it is packed with vintage goodies: the focus lies on Scandinavian vintage ceramics but you will equally find cushion, small furniture pieces, other home decor items and handmade macrame wall hangings. While I was chatting with the girls my eye kept striving through the numerous shelves scrutinizing the adorable ceramic pieces. At the end I had just a few more minutes left to pick what I want to buy – can you imagine the mix of excitement, indecisiveness and time pressure? Not easy but sill I manage to score a ceramic pot, wooden bowls and a small ceramic vase. Mission accomplished.

Finderi, vintage shopping, Copenhagen, vintage ceramics, vintage shopping tip, shopping tip Copenhagen

Finderi, vintage shopping, Copenhagen, vintage ceramics, vintage shopping tip, shopping tip Copenhagen

Finderi, vintage shopping, Copenhagen, vintage ceramics, vintage shopping tip, shopping tip Copenhagen

So if you love vintage ceramics and home decor too and if you plan a trip to Copenhagen, do not miss a little visit to Finderi. You will not regret it and you will not leave it empty-handed. Big Igor promise!

Finderi, vintage shopping, Copenhagen, vintage ceramics, vintage shopping tip, shopping tip Copenhagen

Finderi, Møntergade 14, 1116 Copenhagen, Denmark

Photography by Igor Josifovic

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  • Reply Lieblingslinks der Woche | October 7, 2015 at 11:56

    […] rum in der Welt und findet immer wieder ganz tolle Dinge. Heute zeigt er uns einen zauberhaften Vintage Shop in […]

  • Reply Debbie October 7, 2015 at 12:39

    Shame i didn’t know about this place when i was in Copenhagen last summer. I’ll put it on my list for my next trip to Copenhagen!

  • Reply The hygge journal October 8, 2015 at 09:51

    LOVELY little shop Igor, I am heading there as we speak 🙂 Sadly we never managed to catch up, but busy people and busy lives – next time right:)

    Have a fab day my friend,

    A xx

    • Reply Igor October 8, 2015 at 11:35

      You should definitely check it out Anya! I think they might be right now on vacation but you live around the corner so it’ll be easy for you! And yes, a shame we didn’t manage to catch up but my time schedule was horribly tight during the blog tour. Next time!

  • Reply Lunch & Latte | Lisa Hjalt October 8, 2015 at 10:05

    Just three words: OH MY GOD!

    I have already spotted 20 pieces that I want. If only I still lived in Copenhagen…

    • Reply Igor October 8, 2015 at 11:34

      You know what Lisa? I was thinking of you while I wrote the post, I so knew you gonna be like all over it (just like me) 🙂 Next time we’ll go there together! Deal?

  • Reply Veit October 13, 2015 at 02:50

    Hello Igor,

    really good pictures man, although I think the Babyheads are a bit creepy! 😀

  • Reply Maria at inredningsvis October 17, 2015 at 12:50

    Hi Igor 🙂 I was in Copenhagen for two days this summer and I LOVED IT i can recommend you to stay at hotel Andersen sometime its FAB! I also saw your house in Houzz I write for them and your article was so stylish. They gonna feauture my home in december also haha we will see how that goes 🙂

    Love your work and HAPPY HALLOWEEN (a little early:)

    LOVE Maria

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