By now my readers know how much I like to mention all things Instagrammable on this blog. Deciding what looks good on our grids, is as much a part of life now as feeding your Tamagotchi was in the 90’s. Instagram is important, and its function in our daily lives is irrefutable. When I traveled to Copenhagen in March, I was on the hunt for the best interiors for the gram’. Here are my favorite Instagrammable interiors of Copenhagen!

Instagrammable Interiors of Copenhagen

Instagrammable Interiors of Copenhagen

The Stairs in the KVUC Buidling

Let’s start off with the hardest one that takes some finding! I actually completely forgot where this was, but I did remember it wasn’t a through street. So with about 15 minutes of squinting at Google Maps, I was able to find it. This is a gorgeous staircase located in the KVUC building (an adult education center). Just walk in like you know what you’re doing, find the staircase, snap snap, and then be on your way. It’s just gorgeous, isn’t it?

Instagrammable Interiors of Copenhagen

Original Coffee (Illum)

I talked about this coffee shop in depth on a previous post. There’s no denying that you won’t get a great photo or two here. Original Coffee is located on the tipy top of the Illum shopping center. The interior is pure Scandinavian inspired brilliance, which makes for a great Instagram photo. There is a balcony outside, which will also make for a great #views photo.

Instagrammable Interiors of Copenhagen

Instagrammable Interiors of Copenhagen

The Minimal Church (Grundtvig’s Church)

Most likely you’ve seen this church featured on Instagram already. I like to call it the ‘minimal church’, because who has time to say ‘Grundtvig’s’? What’s so great about this church is how incredibly unique it is because of its symmetry and lines. This ornate church will really stand out on your Instagram because most people have never seen anything like it! I did get kicked out of this church, so make sure you email ahead of time to see if the church is open on that day.

Pssst. For the record, I did email the church, but got a bounce back. I didn’t crash that funeral on purpose, I swear!

Instagrammable Interiors of Copenhagen

Instagrammable Interiors of Copenhagen

The White Church (Trinitatis Church)

I’ve nicknamed Trinitatis Church as the ‘white church’. Trinitatis Church is also particularly stunning because it’s like no church interior you’ve ever seen before. The church is white from floor to ceiling, with touches of bronze and white marble. It is located right next to the entrance of the Round Tower (another Instagrammable place). You cannot miss getting some shots of this church!

Instagrammable Interiors of Copenhagen

Instagrammable Interiors of Copenhagen

DANSK Made for Rooms

Now to throw a little inception at you! DANSK is a design and interior shop, with an amazing interior. Only in Denmark are stores set up to be visually gorgeous. You don’t want to miss photographing this interior store’s interior for Instagram. The store is light and open with pops of black, and a beautiful set up. Let other Instagrammers know you’re in Copenhagen by visiting DANSK.

Instagrammable Interiors of Copenhagen

Instagrammable Interiors of Copenhagen

Buzz Kaffebar

Buzz Kaffebar is the quintessential Scandinavian coffee shop. It’s a must for Instagram with its cozy and weathered interior. The interior is white with gorgeous pops of walnut wood. Not only is the space Instagrammable, but it’s right around the corner from KVUC, making it a perfect stop for a coffee break.

Instagrammable Interiors of Copenhagen

Instagrammable Interiors of Copenhagen

Rosenborg Castle

I admit that I didn’t have any expectations of this castle when I arrived. But after I bought my ticket and entered, I was blown away. The vibrant reds and use of white marble were stunning. There must have also been a chandelier in every single room. The castle is super Instagrammable, and I am going to go ahead and put it up there with a visit to the Palace of Versailles. It’s just that good.

Instagrammable Interiors of Copenhagen

Instagrammable Interiors of Copenhagen

Mirabelle

How cute is Mirabelle? It’s a small organic cafe that serves delicious coffee and breakfast, with a side of Instagrammadble decor. The floors are a gorgeous pattern, and are especially trendy on Instagram and Pinterest right now. The cafe also lets in a good amount of light for photos. Definitely check out this cute interior in Copenhagen!

Instagrammable Interiors of Copenhagen

Vakst

This is another place I have described in detail before. Vakst is a planty paradise of good food and even better photos. The food comes out on minimal modern plates, and the restaurant is well lit during the day time. It’s also a bit slower for lunch, so that would be a great time to pop on over and grab some shots. Of course it’s not all about the photos, and you should also sit down and enjoy an amazing lunch. You won’t regret it!

I love all these interiors dearly. Each one of these places are Instagrammable, but also worth the visit even if you don’t end up taking any photos. Though that almost seems impossible now. Each interior is so unique that you’ll fall in love spending time at each one in Copenhagen. When it’s all said and done: do it for the gram’!

Is anyone else obsessed with finding Instagrammable places? Leave your Instagram name below, and I’ll follow you!

28 Comments

  1. There have been a lot of Instagrammable places here in the Philippines too; however, the style here seems to be different. Most “instagrammable” places are all about the play of colors. I like how your kind of places are almost always minimalist and clean. I especially like your photos of coffee shops. 🙂

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    Gelleesh.com

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    1. This is a great point because I often wonder myself how I’d do photographing so much colour! I think I’d love it, but it just wouldn’t fit in with my style. I often find it hard to go on ‘tropical’ vacations because everything is so rich in colour haha. So I tend to stick to my minimal and muted coffee shops. ;p

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  2. I swear only you will get kicked out of a church! LMAO! But OMG, Trinitatis Church…look at all the details, they are breathtakingly beautiful. I would have been in absolute awe.

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    1. Haha it was so embarrassing! But I wanted those shots so bad. I only got like four before they made me leave. And yes, Trinitatis church is definitely one of a kind!

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    1. Thanks Joyce! I think it’s getting really popular now because the airfare is so cheap! However once you actually get there it’s sooo expensive lol.

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  3. WOW! That “minimal” (because I don’t even know what the name is and I literally just read it) church is mindblowing! You know what, sometimes it’s totally worth getting kicked out of places if it means you still walk away with the most amazing shot. Was there really a funeral?? That’s the casket in the middle? You’re a brave soul.

    On the subject of photographing amazing places, when do you choose to e-mail the places ahead of time to see if taking photographs is OK? Do you ask for permission if it’s not allowed? Asking for a friend….lol

    xo
    N
    Style Tomes ||ST on IG

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    1. Yes! Haha. There really was a funeral and that is a casket. I honestly didn’t know at first. They didn’t say anything to me until after I took that shot. But I also noticed that part of the funeral party was taking photos too. So then I didn’t feel too bad about it. I only emailed this place because it said it was open to tourists if there were no weddings or funerals. It said to email to check ahead of time if something was going on that day. I assumed because the church was so pretty, that there was probably a lot going on there at all times. 🙂

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    1. It really is! I could sit there for hours just enjoying a coffee and people watching haha. Thanks Marta!

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  4. I’ve been to copenhagen a few years back and was very fond of the city! Lovely pictures you shared here, and like you mentioned very instagrammable.

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