Tea on a Friedrichshain balcony

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Last weekend I did another Fantastic Frank styling in a beautiful Friedrichshain apartment. The space was big, light and had the cutest balcony (where you see me poring some tea in the first picture).

For this project I worked together with the German furniture company Conmoto (they have a nice showroom in Berlin if you are around and want to have a look). They often work together with renowned designers like Werner Aisslinger – of whom you can see the Pad table and Chairman chair in the workspace. He won a red dot design award for this collection earlier this year. The couch and coffee table in the living room are designed by Marie Schmid-Schweiger. I like the effect of the strong clean lines of the furniture against the soft wooden floor and the old windows.  The ladder in the living room is a DIY project from here I have been wanting to try out, but never had enough space for in our own flat.

In the workspace I combined the fresh Pad collection with an old type writer, the Milk lamp designed by Norm for &Tradition and the lovely leather straps designed by Mathilda Clahr. I have been playing around with those in my own home and like the endless possibilities of these hangers. I’m already thinking about where to hang them next.

I kept the bedroom quite simple since it was so nice on its own already. To accentuate the details of the ceiling, I hung up the gorgeous Bergman Light. You can shape the lamp however you like it and add any kind of E27 bulbs you like – a real eye catcher in a tall space like this one !

In the kitchen I placed an &Tradition raft chair (also designed by Norm) in front of a very simple table, in combination with the beautiful kitchen textiles from Saana Ja Olli and some Vipp ceramics, which made it all a little bit more playful.

The first four pictures are taken by Magnus Pettersson (for more, take a look here), the others are taken by me.

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16 Responses to Tea on a Friedrichshain balcony

  1. Lucia says:

    Hello Sarah,
    I love this apartment , this space is absolutely fantastic, you have a lot of clever people in Germany…of course you are the best for me :)
    I love the home office, Pad table and chair…I think it is wonderful set :)…the chair has to be very comfortable….
    I love your styling in the bedroom, color´s combination, the lamp on the window and Bergman lights….
    Oh yes, I would like to have this apartment..:)
    Have a lovely day and weekend too!
    Lucia :)

    • cocolapine says:

      Thank you so much Lucia, for your sweet comment. I’m happy to hear you like my styling. The Chairman chair is indeed very comfortable. I guess you aren’t in Berlin to come try it out right ? You have a lovely weekend too ! – Sarah

  2. Mia says:

    Perfect! My boyfriend is moving back to Berlin this summer so I’m keeping an extra close eye on available properties. I’m not sure whether he will be buying or renting but one can always dream, right? :) I love this apartment though!
    – Mia

    • cocolapine says:

      Hi Mia, happy to hear you like my project ! So you will be visiting Berlin often then as well I suppose ? Let me know if you want to grab a coffee 😉

      • Mia says:

        Yes, I’ll be there during the weekends and would love to grab a coffee of course:) and guess what, I forwarded this apartment to my boyfriend and it seems he actually is interested to buy it as he contacted Fantastic Frank for more details! Keeping my fingers crossed :)

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