Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Fabriken - Part I

Fabriken
Photography by Up The Wooden Hills

Louise Friestedt and Johan Larsson both have a great sense when it comes to finding beautiful things and started to collect vintage items many years ago. In October last year they opened the store Fabriken (english translation: The Factory) with a range of furniture, furnishings and clothing from 1900 to now. Fabriken is located in a beautiful space at Ekedalsgatan in Majorna, the vest part of Gothenburg. Last week I had a chance to stop by before closing time to take some pictures.

Fabriken's environment is very welcoming, cosy, beautifully decorated and artfully arranged, with nice carpets, pretty garlands in each window and pendants and chairs hanging from the ceiling. The shop is filled with all sorts of old and new treasures worth saving up your pennies for - dining groups, beautiful chairs, vintage leather bags, big neon letters, Burberry coats, brogues, cufflinks, school posters, cookie jars, toys, maps of the world, men's shirts, pretty photo frames, porcelain figures, wooden animals, vases and clocks among other things.

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FabrikenGreta - Louise and Johan's lovely dachshund.

If you live in Gothenburg or plan to visit the city you should definitely stop by Fabriken and say hello!
Address: Ekedalsgatan 16, 414 66 Gothenburg.
Go by tram #11 to tram stop: Majvallen

More pictures from Fabriken in the next blog post.

4 comments :

  1. this is such a lovely collection of items & photos!

    great decor inspiration!


    <3 Vega
    http://vintagecomplex.com

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  2. I want it all, and I want it now!

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  3. Vega: thank you for your sweet comment! I totally agree with you - they have such a lovely collection of items and the decor inspiration is great! I'm glad you liked the photos!
    <3

    Linnéa: Me too! Especially the little wooden dachshund. It's so cute!

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  4. Å, jag har bara gått förbi och sett, måste besöka dom!

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