Since I’ve had nothing but inspirational interiors on my mind lately, I thought we’d close out the week with a stunning home tour. The crazy good European home features my favorite color palette, some swoon-worthy light fixtures and the perfect mix of old world detail and modern design. If this whole historic home remodel thing doesn’t work out, I’d gladly hop across the pond to move in here. Our design contributor Ali is going to help you get the look btw, so be sure to scroll all the way to the end of this post!

I’m always a fan of a good neutral color palate so when I stumbled upon this Berlin stunner, I was instantly intrigued. Despite an overall absence if color, this space is anything but dull (not to mention the fact that it only further validates my love of bright white walls).


I especially appreciate that the space’s minimal approach to decor is balanced out by its charming bones. You get some added warmth via traditional details like crown-moulding, french doors and hardwood floors. Plus, with this “less is more approach”, it lends more prominence to the beautiful pieces that are incorporated into the design (ie. has a Workstead Bent Chandelier ever looked more fitting?! #goals).


If you’re pickin’ up what this space is throwin’ down too, here are a few high and low pieces I’ve rounded up to achieve a similar look:HomeTour_BerlinHome


> 1. Couch
> 2. Floor Lamp
> 3. Art
> 4. Coffee Table
> 5. Accent Chair
> 6. Decorative Plates
> 7. Floor Mirror
> 8. Credenza 

Images via Loft Kolasinski // Photography by Karolina Bąk

Written by Ali Hartwell, Design Contributor 

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  1. All the lamps are very innovative and nicely combined together. Bravo!