We found a series of delightful cafe/restaurants in the square by Oksnehallen in the Meat Packing district which is where we were staying.
Carlton became our favourite and we came here night after night - the food was adventurous, well presented and delicious
We loved sitting out in the evenings as the weather was warm and it did not get dark until after 11:00, so it was a delight sitting outside in this quiet square, people gazing while we ate delicious food and drank some wine.
This was our view
and it changed to this when it got dark.
We came upon this flower shop (that strongly reminded me of the ones in Amsterdam), in Humblebaek on our way to Louisiana. So stylish.
The hydrangeas were stunning.
A very stylish clothes and accessories shop
every feature inside the shop was from a reclamation yard
look at those cupboard doors - not even painted
and isn't the use of these lockers, clever?
On Saturdays there is an antiques flea market in the square by Oksnehallen
with some very good antiques and vintage items rather than the usual tat you tend to find these days. We were lucky and picked up some nice things
Another flea market on Bertel Thorvaldsens Plads - not so good this one, and much more expensive.
Bitter and Rand, in Nyhavn
the shop being as stylish and elegant as their clothes
a temptation to shop but I resisted.
A shop selling vintage on Larsbjornstrade
Ken looks sooo bored.
Illums Bolighus on Stroget
Style and elegance - Danish design at its best
the shop looks good too
one could spend hours here
and we did - on a wet day when we'd had enough of the rain
they sell household goods, furniture, clothes and lots of kitchenalia of impeccable design.
Georg Jensen on Stroget
this staircase is the first thing you see as you enter the shop