An open living space with separate areas for living, dining and sleeping characterizes this small apartment in Berlin’s central Mitte district. The interior design combines modern pieces with vintage objects and custom-made furniture. Suitable objects were collected from all over Europe and combined with existing works of art and collectors’ items. Furniture and lighting thus create a harmonious space with style and extraordinary extras such as Barbie clothes hooks or the bespoke wallpaper in the bathroom.
The overall design also incorporates custom carpentry work, creating large and unobtrusive storage space for shoes, books and kitchen utensils. Clothes can now be stored in a walk-in wardrobe.
THE INNER HOUSE
Jenny Orgis, https://salon.io/jenny-orgis
© THE INNER HOUSE, photographer: Manuel Strunz, www.manuu.eu
Felicity Marshall, http://www.felicitypmarshall.com