Keeping much of the 19th-century features intact, the Traveller's Home takes a minimal approach to a Berlin renovation. The intricate crown moldings and herringbone floors appear untouched to preserve the original character of the space, while the addition of metal and wood furnishings pay homage to the apartment's Industrial Era roots. Large windows add brightness to an otherwise moody color palette and the natural textures of washed linen and rattan give the interior a worn, comfortable vibe. A renovated bathroom provides the master with the contemporary update it needs without interrupting the home's vintage appeal.
Photos: Claus Brechenmacher / Annabell Kutucu