I was just wondering if we start our own shop where I not only sell some interesting interior design items but also offer the best coffee and cookies and chat with those who come to visit me and would give them more good shopping tips, addresses of fantastic restaurants, etc. During the time when the shop is slow, I would work on my blog and other projects. But lets see how others are doing it 😉
Mary Scherpe is the very successful blogger behind “Stil in Berlin” and she opened her first pop-up-store for nine days in October in Berlin Mitte on Mulackstraße. She sold a few of her favorite brands like Michael Sonntag, Raphael Hauber and nail polish from Usula Airlines. She also had some great paper bags where she stamped her blog logo. (I would love to have these too!) The shop was such a success that Mary is considering trying another pop-up shop very soon. Keep your fingers crossed!
Jewelery designer and fashion blogger, Alexa von Heyden, opened her permanent concept store, von hey, in Berlin a few weeks ago located at Brunnenstraße 158. She sells her own designs, but also the beautiful clutch collection of fashion designer James Castle, the denim pillows of designer Melanie Petersen, and one of my favorite designers for dresses – Liebig, along with other very interesting things. What makes this shop super special is that Alexa is such a lovely lady who is happy to give you tips for other shops, restaurants, etc. so please go and visit her soon! (Images via spruced.us)
Hanne and Stephanie Gundlach opened their concept store B56 in Copenhagen this March located at Bregade 56. Stephanie is one of the three ladies who blog on Anywho – one of the most popular fashion blogs in Denmark. At B56 you will find a very good selection of the upcoming Scandinavian designers.