Whether you’re moving to a different flat, or upgrading your current furniture, Prague has many home decor and antique stores from which to choose.
If you’re in the market for vintage furniture, the Nanovo team specializes in finding and refurbishing high-end furniture from the 1950s-2000, with an emphasis on Czechoslovak-made pieces.
For those that are handier with tools, their “before renovation” section has items that may need a bit of love first. New items go up for sale all the time, so be sure to check in often.
Feeling nostalgic? This online store buys and sells mid-century modern home decor items. Instead of traveling to the edge of the city for build-it-yourself furniture identical to your neighbor’s, take advantage of Nostalgic’s delivery options.
By salvaging lost parts of the past and giving them a new life, their inventory is always rotating and a unique piece is sure to catch your eye and be the center of attention in your home.
If you’re looking for higher-end items, you may want to take a look here. Couches, beds, screens, mirrors, lamps, clocks, rugs, wall decorations, bookcases, fireplaces, and more are available here. The stores are located in Prague and Brno. The website is in Czech and English.
The usual items are available here – lighting, complete kitchens, rugs, pictures, beds, couches, shelving units, tables, etc. The Prague store is in Prague 10 – Štěrboholy; other stores are located nationwide, including Brno, České Budĕjovice, Olomouc, Zlín, Chomutov, Teplice, Hradec Králové, and Plzeň.
This is another high-end furniture store, with the benefit of online shopping. In addition to selling furniture, Kartell sells scented candles and incense.