Minimossen's companies

Ann Bäck

Ann Bäck

Ann Bäck designs sustainable home interior products. Sustainability, ethics and keeping the production close have always been important to her.

At Minimossen Ann Bäck sells, among other things, compostable dishcloths. She looks forward to the collaboration with the recycling mall, which she describes as “something uplifting in a neat packaging with great values”.

Eden flowers, Jennie McCrea

Eden Flowers

The woman behind the beautiful bouquets and flower arrangements at Eden Flowers is Jennie McCrea. With her knowledge, passion and flowers she is hoping to spread joy through the bouquets.

At Minimossen Jennie also sells trendy houseplants, recycled vases, flowerpots and other gift items.

Ida Österholm


Behind the vintage clothes of IDABIDA Vintage is a graphic design student Ida Österholm who loves colors and different patterns.

IDABIDA is a nickname from her mother. Recycling and ecological lifestyle are important values for Ida and therefore her motto is: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.

Tina Österholm

My Edge

A truly ecological act is to take care of your things instead of throwing them away when they start to break. My Edge is a company which sharpens knives, scissors and tools.

Entrepreneur Tina Österholm has taken over his son’s company, and in her hands your blades will become sharp as ever. My Edge also sells all kinds of recycled blades which have been sharpened.

Minimossen x SPR, Maarit Rintamäki ja Maaya Raatsuk

Minimossen x FRC

Some of the stuff that passes through Stormossen goes to charity via one of Minimossen’s partners. In the shop you will find the stand of FRC, the proceeds of which go directly to the Finnish Red Cross.

“We are delighted to be a part of Minimossen”, say Maarit Rintamäki, Head of service at the FRC charity shop in Vaasa, and media manager Mayya Ratsuk.

Natalia Ivacheva

PSR Palvelu

Interior decoration items and children’s clothes get a new life through PSR Palvelu at Minimossen.

Natalia Ivacheva ended up as an entrepreneur at the recycling mall because she wanted to try something new. “Recycling and ecology are important things to me. It is great to feel like I am doing something good when an old item finds a new home.”

Repop Vintage, Martti Kass ja Stacey Thomas

RePop Vintage

RePop Vintage is selling upcycled and restored furniture, light fixtures and interior decoration items. In the RePop shop you will also find a separate section for furniture and light fixtures from the 60s and 70s.

The company is run by Martti Kass, who wants to honour the craftsmanship of the old masters through his work.

Stefan Ingi

Wasa Skate Corner

Wasa Skate Corner sharpens and repairs skates and sells recycled items related to free time and sports.

Recycling is not new for Stefan Ingi who started the company five years ago. “Ice-hockey has always been important to me, so this was an easy choice. Families with children like to pick up used items and in return I receive equipment that has become too small for the children.”


Design Kaje

Design Kaje gives old and much-loved objects a new life and a new function. Out of love for old objects and their history and with a pinch of Ostrobothnian madness, the furniture carpenter and interior designer Jenni Kaustinen started Design Kaje.

At Minimossen, Design Kaje sells unexpected recycled things such as lamps of old desk phones, speakers of books and jewellery made of porcelain.


Do you want to join us?

We offer different options for entrepreneurs. You can rent anything from a single shelf to a larger retail space. The entrepreneur must have a Business ID and a short business plan.

HR-chief Jenni Riekkinen, tel. 010 320 7606 will tell you more.


Get your clothes fixed by professionals! To repair insted of buying new is a sustainable choice.


Organic fertilizers, leftover ground clothes, recycled pots and balcony boxes, garden design.


EP records, CDs, movies and books.

My Corner

Recycled and intact lights and small electronic devices.


Board games for all ages.

GK Design

Interior products made of old hay poles and planks.

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