new at HAPPYsthlm

I love seeing brick-and-mortar versions of my favorite web shops. I’ve never been to Stockholm, but if I ever get to go, I will definitely be swinging by the HAPPYsthlm shop. They just opened in the Old City area of Stockholm, and the shop looks beautiful. I love all the color and pattern in their work and was excited to get a peek inside the doors. In addition to the new space, they’ve introduced some new designs (below), as well. I love that pomegranate tea towel design and the ring. Click here to check them out online¬†in more detail and place an order. Thanks, Kajsa! xo, grace

  1. cathy says:

    Love the pomegranate tea towel.

  2. Celine says:

    love the ring!!!

  3. Maya says:

    I love em both too! I’d love to frame the tea-towel.

    Is it just me (or the PC’s at work…). but – when I go onto their website, some beautiful photos come up, but I can’t click on to anything.


  4. Love the shop! Now why didn’t I spot this when we lived in Stockholm, such a shame!

  5. I’m headed to Stockholm in a couple of months, so I was really excited to see this post! This shop is definitely on my list of things to see now. :)


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