5 Best Design Shops in Warsaw

This is Paper Shop | © Maja Wirkus
This is Paper Shop | © Maja Wirkus
Photo of Marta Podeszwa
1 March 2017

Whether you’re looking for gift ideas, need to buy something for your home or want to bring back a unique souvenir from your trip to Poland, read our guide to Warsaw’s best design shops. You will find beautiful high quality products from both local and international designers. There is something to suit every budget.

This is Paper shop & tea room

For all fans of the This is Paper blog (created by a design studio of the same name), the This is Paper shop is a definite must-see. Its brightly lit minimalist interior houses a range of hand-made products, books and Japanese tea, which are neatly displayed on a floor-to-ceiling shelf by Polish custom furniture brand Tylko.

Odolańska 6/8, Warsaw, Poland

Reset Art & Design Point

Located next to the cult Relaks café in the Mokotów district (south of the city centre), this long-time favourite is a great place to find unique gifts. Stocked with products from both Polish and international designers you will find everything from vintage furniture and wall art to homeware and toys.

Puławska 48, Warsaw, Poland

She’s a Riot

This amazing concept store is part of the fashionable Mysia 3 shopping complex (which offers revolving pop ups, dining, art exhibitions, furniture and fashion stores all under one roof) in the heart of Warsaw. Its focus on books, design and beauty means you’ll find there everything from eco soy candles and niche perfume brands, to a sophisticated collection of books and magazines (spanning topics such as art, fashion, food and politics).

Mysia 3, Warsaw, Poland

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Stop by this lovely shop for homeware, kitchen accessories and children’s gifts. Nestled away in the small Oleandrów Street, the space stocks products mainly from French, Italian, British and Spanish brands (like Falcon, Le Creuset and Pujadas). Make sure you grab a freshly baked doughnut from the MOD restaurant/café nearby and try the delicious artisan beers at a pub called Inne Beczki, just down the street.

Oleandrów 5, Warsaw, Poland

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