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Small progess in the Berlin apartment

22 February 2021 5

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Berlin apartment, interior, interior design, interior styling, Berlin interiors

I promised to tune in from time to time and keep you posted about the adventure of furnishing and decorating the new Berlin apartment. It is indeed a cool and amazing task – basically it feels like creating a new home from scratch.…

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Winter vibes in the Berlin apartment

10 February 2021 4

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interior, Berlin apartment, interior styling, winter vibes, interior decoration, brazilian design, CH25 , Danish design

I am sending a quick sign of life out of snow covered Berlin. We are in the grip of a polar circle with dropping temperatures to lows as freezing as -15 degrees Celsius but I am not complaining! The city is finally covered in powdery snow and today the weather was glorious – frosty and sunny with a ice blue sky.…

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Refreshed into 2021

25 January 2021 7

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Berlin interiors, new home, 1970s interiors, 1970s style, interior styling, interior design

I think we all agree that 2020 was ‘special’ to say the least. Now 2021 is not really off to a better start, at least not here in Germany, but if there is a lesson learnt in 2020, then it is that we can make the best happen even under the oddest circumstances.…

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Refreshed look: Home Tour

22 June 2020 12

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interior, interior styling, interior design, art in interiors, bohemian interiors, home tour

It’s been a while since I shared a home tour of my Munich apartment here on the blog. Those of you who follow me on Instagram know that I have changed a few bits of my home in the meantime. Luckily, my friend and photographer Ling Khor came over recently and captured the refreshed look in beautiful pictures.…

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New Book: Tiny Balcony

1 May 2020 8

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Tiny Balcony, balcony, urban jungle, new book, interior, interior design, interior styling

As someone who wrote books himself, I know how much hard word, passion, and endurance a book project requests from its writer. So when my friends Julia and Gregor of Studio Faubel approached me last year to be part of their new book ‘Tiny Balcony’ I was all game to support them.…

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