A lovely minimalist apartment in Berlin

Last Autumn I was lucky enough to visit Berlin for the first time (it's actually only 6 hours drive from Malmö), what a fantastic, vibrant city! If you haven't been I can warmly recommend it. This beautiful apartment is 250 metres from Winterfeldplatz with it's Saturday market and numerous cafes and shops. It's been styled by the talented Sarah of Coco Lapine Design blog for sale. I can't help but love the minimalist way it's been furnished and the little styling touches such as the copper pots on the light wood table and the robot chilling on the edge of a shelf. How about you?

Fantastic Frank, Stylist; Sarah of Coco Lapine Design

Could that dining table be constructed using the LERBERG trestle legs from IKEA? So simple yet so lovely. I spotted the mint stool (in the corner of the bedroom) in IKEA too the other day, it also comes in a salmon pink (tempted!). I also spy a black and white Marimekko cushion in the sitting room.  

I was searching through the black and white label in the archive for other beautiful homes of this genre for you and got lost there for about half an hour! So rather than suggest homes I thought it might be best for you to pop over there if you're up for a little more inspiration today (comes with a time warning sign!). Any favourites?

Have a lovely Thursday! 


  1. A lovely pad. I'm pumped to visit Berlin in 4 weeks time!

    1. wow, so lucky! Watch out for the's dangerous! I look forward to some great foody write-ups from your trip x

  2. Hello,
    oh, it is so nice apartment, I love the kitchen and the floor..., and I adore the idea to change the bulb for the is so great :)

  3. It's so simple, yet cool. And it definitely isn't "too minimalist"... I just hate that we don't have this IKEA collection in the states! Ugh!


  4. Love Berlin. As for the styling, hey, I'd buy it!


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