This is probably my most frequented spot. They mostly have smaller household items (no furniture) - excellent for ceramics, glassware and art! I'm always scoring brass candleholders for 20sek which is wild.
Right across from Stadsmission in Liljeholmstorget - this has a smaller home section, but I've scored some good finds. I like their textiles section and have found linen napkins and towels. Their prices can be inconsistent - high for some items and next to nothing for others.
This is a little garage loppis with very cute, hip finds for really great prices. Lots of baskets, ceramics and occasional furniture. Check her instagram for updates and DM her to book a visit.
Small and curated yet packed with great finds. A lot of mid century items, nice wooden furniture, but decent prices.
There's a little strip of second hand shops on this stretch of Hornsgatan. Myrorna is a bit more expensive than some of the other chains, but I appreciate their big selection and organization.
I've scored a lot of great things at this location, including some large pieces of framed art. They have a pretty huge home section, but mostly smaller items. Check for lamps in the far back corner.
Several different vintage sellers make up this collective. It's extremely well curated and you'll probably want everything. They have lots of nice furniture rotating through for fair prices. The couple who owns it says that General Store in SF/LA is their inspiration.