Martin Reinicke’s Blomsterskuret (meaning “flower shed” in Danish) is overflowing with starter plants, topiaries, and fresh-cut flowers. Reinicke, a floral designer and potter, began Blomsterskuret shortly after establishing his workshop-in-shop, Krukkeriet, where he sells his earthenware planters. He built the flower shop in a small black shed that’s lit outside by rustic gooseneck fixtures. Both Krukkeriet and Blomsterskuret are on Ví¦rndamsvej, a street that dissects Copenhagen from Frederiksberg, in the popular Vesterbro district. For more information, visit Blomsterskuret.
Above: Reinicke arranges potted plants in the shop window.
Above: Pale lavender stands out against the shop’s black exterior. On the wall: allium blossoms drawn with chalkboard paint.
Above: The shop’s address is Ví¦rndedamsvej 3 A, 1819 in Frederiksberg.
Above: A rustic flower-shop essential: Chalkboard signs that display daily offerings.
Above: One of Reinicke’s planters holds stalks of dried eucalyptus pods.
Above: Reinicke creates driftwood wreaths to sell in the shop. (Read about similar wreaths designed by Kinfolk magazine editor Nathan Kinfolk in Framed and Foraged: DIY Wall Hangings.)
Above: Inside, the shop windows are painted a pastel blue.
Above: A Scandinavian-style wreath, one of Reinicke’s custom arrangements, made with sphagnum moss and green tapers.
Above: A still life scene in the shop.
Above: Blomsterkuret is located at Ví¦rndedamsvej 3 A, Frederiksberg, Denmark.
Visiting Copenhagen? Find out what not to miss by reading Remodelista’s Copenhagen City Guide. And make a side trip to see A Fairy Tale Garden in Denmark. If you’re inspired by Scandinavian style, get the details at 10 Garden Ideas to Steal from Scandinavia.
Updated from a post originally published February 13, 2013.
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