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Shopping in Helsinki


Helsinki is not far, however, you can find there a lot of things (e.g. interior goods) not available in Estonia. Small boutiques, big chain stores, and large department stores offer excellent ideas, good bargains and fresh inspirations.

No doubt, the first and the most famous brand which is popular among visitors from other countries is IKEA. The stores featuring Scandinavian style furniture and accessories have drastically changed the idea of the home design – a beautiful and durable product can be available at reasonable price. We advise you to have a look at the IKEA product range and make a shopping list before visiting their stores.
There are two IKEA furniture department stores in Helsinki, one in Espoo and another in Vantaa.

The most practical way is to go by car – you will comfortably put all purchases into the car. Or you can also travel by the free bus which departs from Kiasma.

Information about Espoo IKEA opening hours and the bus
Information about Vantaa IKEA opening hours and the bus

IKEA stores are open until 21.00 in the evening so there is a good chance to visit the city centre first (where the shops are closed earlier) and go to IKEA at the end of the day, heading afterwards straight to the harbour!

pasdjadExotic colours

For lovers of the Eastern brightly cloured accessories, we recommend Indiska chain stores, where one can find both the small furniture oieces, curtains, cushions and, of course, varoius colourful oriental nick knacks for your home. 

See more about Indiska shops in Helsinki HERE


Something unique

In addition to large popular shops in the city centre, don’t miss the chance to explore Punavuori district which locates between the centre of Helsinki and the harbour where our ferries arrive. This area is peculiar for a variety of small boutiques and shops. You can find there really unique items and, besides, a choice of interesting accessories – the examples of local design. Here come some of the shops which are worth hitting

Nougat, Bulevardi 11 – TineK, DAY Home, Ylva Skarpin trademarks

Granit, Bulevardi 2-4 - Swedish design chain store in Helsinki

Pino, Frederikinkatu 22 – a great choice of consumer goods with cool design

Peroba, Frederiknikatu 33 - interior goods with more industrial design

Johanna Gullichsen, Frederikinkatu 18 – a broad range of textiles

Kauniste, Frederikinkatu 24 – cheerful printed textiles

Casuarina, Frederikinkatu 30 - scandinavian design and vintage home accessories

Armas Design, Vuorimiehenkatu 16 – furniture, textile, ceramics

Artek 2nd Cycle and Vintage, Pieni Roobertinkatu 4-6 – cellar shop, keldripood which may offer the amazing pieces of the second-hand design furniture – Alvar Aalto, Ilmari Tapiovaara, Arne Jacobsen jne

If you are new to the city, explore the homepage of Helsinki city under the link Design District to learn more.

Idamaiste või lihtsalt erksavärviliste aksessuaaride armastajatele soovitame kindlasti Indiska keti kaupluseid, kust võib leida nii väiksemat sorti mööblit, kardinaid, patju aga peaasjalikult ikkagi igasugust värvilist, orientaalset sisustuskraami. Infot Helsingi Indiskate kohta leiate

Lisaks kesklinnas asuvatele suurtele ja tuttavatele kauplustele soovitame siin natuke lähemalt Helsingi Punavuori linnaosa (mis on südalinna ja meie sadama vahel). See piirkond on tuntud oma pisikeste ja põnevate butiikide ja poekeste poolest. Nendest võib leida päris ainulaadseid esemeid ja samuti kohaliku disaini väga erineval moel.
Soovitame sisse piiluda:
Nougat, Bulevardi 11 – kaubamärgid
TineK, DAY Home,Ylva Skarpin
Granit, Bulevardi 2-4, rootsi disainiketi pood Helsingis
Pino, Frederikinkatu – laheda disainiga tarbeesemeid suures valikus 22
Peroba, Frederiknikatu 33 - tööstuslikuma disainiga sisustuskaubad
Johanna Gullichsen, Frederikinkatu 18 – lai valik tekstiilitooteid
Kauniste, Frederikinkatu 24 – rõõmsad trükitud tekstiilid
Casuarina, Frederikinkatu 30 - skandinaaviapärane disain ja vintage sisustuskaubad
Armas Design, Vuorimiehenkatu 16 – mööblit, tekstiile, keraamikat
Artek 2nd Cycle and Vintage, Pieni Roobertinkatu 4-6 – keldripood mis üllatab teise ringi disainmööbliga – Alvar Aalto, Ilmari Tapiovaara, Arne Jacobsen jne

Ja muidugi tasub teha pisut eeltööd Helsingi linna poolt kokku pandud kodulehel Disaign District