Landet Järna is a charming wild flower shop in the Hornstull neighborhood of Stockholm, Sweden. Initial spotted on Emmas Deisgnblogg, this contemporary retail shop is a far cry from a conventional flower shop with unique blooms and botanicals sourced from forests outside of the city.
The all-white interiors are fresh, permitting the richly-hued merchandise of branches, bulbs, dried flowers and green plants to hold center stage. Higher, ceilings with exposed ductwork and walls of windows produce a bright, airy and really inviting aesthetic. So gorgeous are the dried flowers, gracefully suspended from the ceiling, produce a soft contrast against the industrial elements.
Many of the wild, seasonal arrangements are featured in glass beakers and vintage jars of varying sizes which are strewn across tables, bars and shelving within the quaint shop. Hand-written paper tags are tied to each vase with plain string, displaying the store’s logo and pricing–love this simplicity!
Interestingly, a restaurant is connected to the space and portrays several pick flowers on their dining tables. A high-top marble bar is clad with tiny hexagonal although tiles and is centered in the flower shop transforms into a social hub on the weekends, where the restaurant features and serves up special cocktails.
Landet Järna portrays contemporary retail design spectacularly balanced with elegant hints of nature.
Photographer: Mikael Axelsson