We arrived in Copenhagen on a particularly drizzly afternoon, but were greeted by the prettiest buildings and a great little apartment we rented through Airbnb.
This cute and super cozy little apartment was owned by a Copenhagen local and we thoroughly enjoyed staying here. It was much smaller and more “lived in” than the others we rented, but it was homely and had an amazing panda mural on the kitchen wall.
The area we stayed in had an abundance of vintage shops, mostly filled with lots of homewares. I found the vintage in Copenhagen and Sweden mostly out of my price range unfortunately, but it was lovely to look!
And again, there were so many beautiful shop windows! This stamp display outside a shop in the city centre caught my eye.
And the beautiful Scandinavian designs continued inside. This was a cushion display inside a deptartment store, I love the colours!
And these beautiful bunting ceramics. I was desperate to take some home, but that would have been very impractical!
I left these two beautiful (but ill-fitting) 1950′s dresses behind in Episode vintage.
But did buy this one!
And on the last day spent in town, we visited Copenhagen Zoo. I loved this little guy, called a Mara.
And this funny one, a prairie dog!
As always there was a big kids section at the zoo, and of course the bunnies were my highlight.
We also loved these amazing Zoo posters!
And may have even purchases some mini versions for ourselves. Kx