Interiors of this Berlin apartment are awash with colour – each room has soothing gradients designed to relax and inspire.
The 150 sq m loft crowns a five-storey Wilhelminian style building constructed in 1900 and refurbished last year in the city’s Prenzlauer Berg neighbourhood. The formerly unused attic space has been transformed into living quarters replete with 10-ft-high ceilings and a private roof terrace with views of the city’s iconic TV Tower.
Following its extensive refurbishment, it’s now offered for sale for €1.48m via Fantastic Frank, with its interiors given a colour treatment that sees each of its four rooms bathed in calming hues that form a dialogue across the space.
Pale ‘lichen’ green kitchen cabinets complement plaster pink walls in the main living space that take on warmth from the ‘soaped’ oak floorboards. The bedroom is a rich sage green and the bathroom a cool greyscale of porcelain tiles, while the glass-enclosed fireplace offers a cosy nook for wintery evenings.
The real drama, however, is the light. Skylights and oversized windows bathe the Berlin apartment at golden hour, but no matter what the time, living spaces ripple with colour and character.