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Møbelstationen

A riches-filled thrift store specializing in esoteric goods from the 1950s to 1970s.
From Copenhagen's Nørrebro neighborhood store listing. (updated January 2007)

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Illums Bolighus

Famed temple to interior goods offering the best from emerging and established Scandinavian brands.
From Copenhagen's The Town Center neighborhood store listing. (updated January 2007)

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Storm

Slick, airy, and filled with the latest from edgy clothing designers—plus art books and magazines.
From Copenhagen's The Town Center neighborhood store listing. (updated January 2007)

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Tiger

Smartly designed and full of highly affordable items, this chain is Denmark's take on the dollar store.
From Copenhagen's The Town Center neighborhood store listing. (updated January 2007)

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David Design

A sleek, loftlike space presenting well-crafted items for the home.
From Copenhagen's Malmö neighborhood store listing. (updated January 2007)

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Design Torget

Tens of thousands of clever Scandinavian-designed goods, from retro radios to inflatable vases.
From Copenhagen's Malmö neighborhood store listing. (updated January 2007)

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penelopi 3

This superorganized shop is loaded with mod necessities for home and garden, such as hefty woven baskets and a perfect polka-dot shower curtain.

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La Pasionaria

Hidden from the street in a hangar-like former photo studio, this antiques shop is way off the tourist path.
From Buenos Aires' Palermo Soho neighborhood store listing.

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Buenos Aires Design

The concept behind this retail center is pretty innovative: It's a sleek, multistory mall dedicated exclusively to interior design, and it's possible to outfit an entire home with goods purchased here.
From Buenos Aires' Recoleta neighborhood store listing.

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Un Buen Orden

Luis Miguel Parma and Horacio Campillo regularly traverse Argentina, from the southern Patagonian plains up to the dusty highlands near the Paraguayan border, in search of all types of antiques—army medals, swaths of old lace, elaborate chandeliers-then stock their store with the spoils. Despite the shop's name (it translates to "The Good Order"), the way in which the merchandise is displayed is gloriously chaotic.

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