Walls, a chair, bedside cabinets and also lamps – the color coral is a real eye-catcher in this Berlin-Schoeneberg apartment. On the 165 square meters, it provides for varied accents. Living and dining room, kitchen, bedroom, the home office as well as the retreats for guests and children of this 4 br apartment were comprehensively redesigned: THE INNER HOUSE developed a coherent color concept as well as the lighting concept for the family home. Existing furniture pieces such as the solid oak dining table, the comfortable sofa and the fitted kitchen were harmoniously integrated into the concept and supplemented by numerous bespoke pieces. Thus, the gray sideboard in the bedroom, was made in wall color. The illuminated gallery for wine bottles in the home office and the mirror cabinet with dimmable LED lighting in the bathroom also fit perfectly into the overall picture. A practical detail in the home office, which is not visible at first glance: The entire wall became a large magnet and whiteboard.
THE INNER HOUSE
(c) THE INNER HOUSE, Photographer: Manuel Strunz, www.manuu.eu