A formerly dark and dated 90s home in south west Berlin gets a modern makeover.
On the main floor, the dining and living areas were given an update by replacing the tile floor with oak parquet flooring.
The small wood burning stove was redesigned and replaced with a modern double sided fireplace creating a central focus point between the light and modern dining and living areas. A combination of old and new furniture and lighting completed the look.
The master bathroom was given a modern and elegant update with a freestanding bathtub and a beautiful, floor mounted fixture. Sitting on large black floor tiles with an emerald green mosaic wall detail housing a lit recessed wall niche for accessories.
Wanting to transform the gloomy and uninspiring former laundry room into a wellness area, the old tiles were replaced by larger, 60 x 60 cm sand coloured floor and wall tiles. Complimenting the tiles is the wall dividing the WC area painted in Farrow and Ball’s Brassica, Recessed spot lights were added as well as a shower, sink and vanity with updated fixtures.
Planned eventually to be combined with a sauna.