Two shops under one roof
The shop is now in the Blue House in Borrby.
No ordinary thrift shop!
You are welcome to the physical store - precis en sån that has existed since 30 November 2003! You can find us on Köpmangatan 6 in Borrby. Here you will find all items presented in a neat and pleasant way. On the small area I have been trying and decided to build environments and moods so that you will find inspiration. By colorful coordinating and the displays of the goods, I try to make it easy to understand for our customers.
My customers usually give me credit for my displays and my selection of goods and they often return with friends and acquaintances.
My focus is design, interior and curiosities from 50/70-talet, but you'll also find newly produced from Ljungberg's Textile, Laguiole, Architect Made, Kila Design and more.
I have also specialized in Signe Persson-Melin's design. In the shop you will find her glass, porcelain and ceramics.
The shop is worth a little detour from the downtown, in neighborhoods Fersen besides my shop also several galleries, potters, booksellers, cafes and craft shops.
Press Quotes on precis en sån!
A journalist and photographer from Japanese Elle Deco was in Sweden in 2010 to do a story on Swedish, female designers. Among other things, they spent several days with Signe Persson-Melin, and made a visit to the shop precis en sån with her. Great pictures and a small box on the store with hours and everything!
"Shopping Magnet in Malmo: Want to renew your home with Swedish and Scandinavian form, you should look into the store, precis en sån."
SkåneAvisen No 3 / 2010
"Carina Öhman runs one of Malmö's best retro shops"
Residence No. 11/2010
"Old things are life! There is not a gadget in the Carina Öhman Malmo Store "precis en sån" that she does not like! Glass, porcelain, plastic, textile, teak furniture, ornaments, lights - yes all the objects from the 50 -, 60 - and 70's are selected with care.
"Hemmets Journal 21 / 2 2008
"One of Malmö's most accomplished vintage shops. Porcelain, textiles, stainless steel, wood, ceramics and glass from various periods are the main themes in great-looking, transparent and wonderful groups. "
Sköna Hem No 12/2007