A perfect space to grow
Providing the perfect backdrop for contemporary photography exhibits and enticingly styled with an artful arrangement of winter bulbs and produce, this light and spacious Berlin apartment exudes understated elegance.
The apartment is located within a building that dates from 1895 and is accessed via a beautiful stairway with stained glass windows. Five large rooms are set one behind another and access, each connected by a set of double doors.
High ceilings and the retention of the apartment's original doors, windows and parquets floors make this space a dream blank canvas to work with.
Pomegranates, cranberries and a decanter of red wine hint at the apartment's potential as a space for seasonal gatherings, feasting and entertaining.
Amaryllis and hyacinth bulbs provide additional seasonal styling touches.
Design Hunter loves.... the restful ambience and sense of elegant, low key luxury. And with no less than five living rooms this is a perfect space to grow into.
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Styling by Christina Symes and photography by Magnus Petterson for Fantastic Frank.