The Eve2 Mattress in our bedroom

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The Eve2 Mattress in our bedroom - via Coco Lapine Design blog

Ever since we moved into our Munich apartment I have put so much time and effort in achieving a cozy and relaxing look for our bedroom. I think it needs to be a space where you become quiet and relaxed in order to get a good night sleep. This can really add to your sleep quality and can make you so much more productive during the day.

All this time though, we were sleeping on a rather old mattress, which we had bought when we moved into our first Berlin home. Needless to say it was time to replace this and so I got very excited to be trying out the the new Eve2 mattress in our bedroom.

The Eve2 mattress has a unique layering system, combined with next-generation memory foam, which creates a cooler, more tranquil sleeping surface. It’s great for relieving pressure points and provides support just where you need it so you never have the feeling of sinking in. Our new mattress arrived in a happy yellow shipping box, which contained the mattress in a vacuum packaging. We simply rolled it out with the packaging on top of our bed, cut the wrapper open and saw the mattress take its shape.

An Eve2 mattress consists out of five layers, which gives you the support of a firm mattress, combined with the comfort and luxury of a softer one. The top layer is a soft knitted top cover, which is machine washable and keeps you cool at night. We have been sleeping on our new mattress for about a week now and we have both slept very well. The mattress firms to your body shape almost immediately after you lay on top (or after you change positions) and feels very supportive. The different layers and memory foam also make you feel less of the person moving besides you.

The pillows and linen bedding you see in the pictures are from Eve as well. The pure linen sheets are stonewashed and have a different fabric color on the inside (I picked the light grey and white version).

This post was made in payed collaboration with Eve sleep

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Light flooded home with turn of the century details

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The living room has windows on both sides, which lets a lot of natural light in and there is a big dining room with built in closets next to the windows, which is a great storage solution. My favorite corner of this home is the small dining table in the kitchen though, right next to the window. The small bistro table is perfect for two and the art work above it gives perspective to this corner.

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    Cozy bedroom behind wing doors

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    I think this bedroom looks so cozy, inviting and fresh. The wing doors allow you to peek into the room from the living room and are a great architectural detail. The warm grey wall above the bed contrasts very nicely with the single piece of artwork, the black lamps and the cool grey bedding. I also fell completely in love with the planet mobile in the other corner of the room, such a cool piece.

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    Fresh home in green

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    The green-grey color of the living room wall in this apartment is such an eye-catcher. I like that the same color comes back in the pillows in the bedroom as well. The kitchen has a very simple design, yet the holes in the cupboards make it so special. I like that you can have a peek at what’s inside without having to open them.

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    Beige in our living room

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    I love how easy it is to give a room a new look by just updating a few textiles. I gave our living room a small update with curtains, pillows and a throw from Himla and I love the tints of beige here, perfect for spring.

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    Light flooded home in grey

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    This beautiful light flooded apartment has a fresh yet soft vibe going on. I like the light grey walls in which the entire place was painted and the predominantly grey, white and neutral interior choices that match this look perfectly.

    Vintage pieces like the dresser in the living room and the stool (which is vintage-looking I guess) as a bedside table give character to this place and the white String shelving in both living room and bedroom give ample storage opportunity.

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    Cozy home with a blue kitchen

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    Cozy home with a blue kitchen - via Coco Lapine Design blog

    This large turn of the century apartment looks cozy and inviting and has a modest style, expect for the rather bold choice of the blue kitchen, which really stands out here. I think the kitchen looks fresh and spacious and I love the blue against the white tiles and the herringbone flooring.

    In the living area the curtains that go from floor to ceiling and wall to wall give a sophisticated hotel room feeling to the rooms and I like the old door that has been made into a shelf. From the bedroom, there is access to a small workspace as well.

    Photography by Andres Bergstedt for Entrance Makleri

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