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sneak peek: nadja müller

by Grace Bonney

today i am overjoyed to share this beautiful sneak peek into the home of artist nadja müller. nadja’s beautiful lighting and furniture were on d*s in april so it’s wonderful to see the space where all of the magic happens. nadja’s berlin apartment is an absolute dream so i hope you enjoy the sneak peek and nadja’s descriptions below. there are many, many more photos after the jump so click here for the full post (or click “read more” below) and, as always, you can click here for full sized versions of nadja’s photos. enjoy!

“In the first image above the intro, the big vase is by Hella Jongerius for Ikea. Cable covered in woodpearls by Bless Berlin. In the image directly above, this chest of drawers is from drawer is from Ikea! I just painted it grey. The hooks on the wall are from manufaktum, a store specialized in “the good stuff”, the stool is a fleamarket find (painted and reupolstered) and the pillows are nadjamueller.”

“Carpet from marakesch, sold at Anberg in hamburg.”

“The small lamp above is by Flos (a very cheap one, it comes in purple, black and orange), the bedding and lamp are nadjamueller and little stools are fleamarket finds I painted gray.”

“Jonathan adler meets fleamarket and some art books”


“Porcelain plate from stue, candleholder from the frozen fountain, amsterdam. Pillows, blankets and sofa nadjamueller.”

“The rocking chair on the right is from Ikea! it also comes in white, I love it. The other black chair is by Constantin Grcic.”

“Embroidered sofa by me [Ed. Note: WOW]. The lamp is from my favorite shop in berlin stue.”


“The big lamp in the backrground is by nadajmueller. Lamp, pillows and sofa by nadjamueller, small porcelain from hella
, the frozen fountain amsterdam, cable bless, berlin.”




“Ikea chair, artwork by me and (Botanical Garden Berlin).”

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