For the past weeks I have been busy working on the styling of an apartment which I’m excited to finally share with you. For this project, I worked with several pieces from Pamono: a platform that gathers boutique collections from cities across Europe. The pieces included vintage furniture and modern items from Berlin design brands, which went really well with the hardwood floor and clean lines of this space.
I gave the living room a touch of classic Danish vintage, by combining two beautiful GE-270 Teak easy chairs designed by Wegner for Getama Gedstedand and a Danish Teak Minerva Sofa System by Peter Hvidt and Orla Mølgaard Nielsen. Both the sofa and side chairs (available at the Liebe Mobel Haben vintage store) are upholstered with a textured grey fabric, combined with darker grey sides, which restore the pieces to their original condition, but with a unique character. Above the sofa I hung up the Stockholm elevations print combined with a Star map print and a Kētos postcard which you’ll find in my shop soon.
For a modern spin, I combined the vintage pieces with a Herakles handcrafted oak side table by Fundamental Berlin, and placed two Lyngby vases on top. I love the combination of the soft porcelain against the geometric texture of the table.
For the dining area I used a black Easy table from My Kilos. I set the table for breakfast using black rimmed white plates from Broste Copenhagen and some beautiful green marble egg rocks. Above the dining table you can see our Palm print set and the Mountain ABC print.
In the second bedroom you can also see our new whale print, Kētos. It is placed on top of the beautiful whitewashed wood Easy drawers table from My Kilos along with a few of my favorite objects, including a vintage Jieldé lamp. For a playful touch, I also used the creative Fancy finger pillow by Lucky Boy Sunday.
I had so much fun decorating this place and finding the right balance between vintage and modern. For more info about the apartment, see here.