Kredytowa St 2
An ideal place for the enthusiasts of new Polish ceramics. Under one roof you will find the most interesting designs by Marek Cecuła, Fenek, Malwina Konopacka, Maria Jeglińska. In a word – everything you should know about modern Polish ceramics.
Paryska St 17
Design and fashion – all in one. Visit the place when we want to buy a present for someone or for yourself. A fine selection of the most interesting Polish jewellery, fashion, ceramics, illustrations, cosmetics, apparel and vintage accessories.
Kopernika St 8/18
An interesting mix of Danish and Polish design. You will find here vintage furniture, lamps, and glassware from Komplet, specially designed for the shop vases by Fenek and linen by Łyko, glassware from the Julia factory, earthen pots by August Design Studio, kilims by Tartaruga, Dear Lisa furniture, I love Grain cushions, wooden birds by Kuźnia Skały.
Tamka St 45b
One of the most interesting ceramic brands in Poland. On Tamka street you can see on your own eyes how these unique vases are made because this place is both a workshop and a shop.
Hoża St 59/1
A real kingdom for stationary enthusiasts. You will buy here notebooks, letter papers, albums. Be warned, it is a tiny shop however, you will probably spend lots of money!
Rozbrat St 28/30
An elegant and very feminine place. A fine selection of original items designed partially by the owners of the shop in Solec.
7. Stefan - Sprzedaż Rzeczy
Hoża St 51
Stefan Piwowar is a master of finding excellent and unusual vintage items – vases, plant pots, decorative plates. We guarantee that a visit here will bring you much fun. And you will not leave the shop empty-handed for sure.
8. Look Inside
Wileńska St 21
A fascinating mixture of retro and modern treasures located in the very heart of Praga.
Dąbrowskiego St 36
A local shop with design is finally back. You will find here, for example, Mamsam mugs, Patryk Mogilnicki’s posters and ceramics by Ende.
Zjednoczenia Av 11
Located in Bielany, a bit further from the city centre. You will get here everything: ceramics, glassware, plant pots, flowers, textile, cosmetics and clothes.