{at home with: freunde von freunden}


{home of kirsten hermann, stylist & gallerist}

. . . my wonderful friend felicity always sends along the most amazing things, and freunde von freunden is one of them: a berlin-based selby-esque {perhaps a little more gritty & artsy} project by german design agency no more sleep, that documents the agency’s friends, partners and creative people around berlin in their living or workspace; overflowing with visual details, the shots are glimpses that feel like an exclusive look behind the scenes . . .

{home of helena kapidzic, make-up artist}

{images: freunde von freunden via felicity & seesaw designs}

22 Notes
  • i love the selby, and an artsy version sounds even better! i’m looking forward to exploring this – i like to see how “real people” live (must admit that i’m a little bit of an interior voyeur…)

  • Mmm, thank you for brightening my friday morning with this lovely find. Scrolling through your gorgeous inspirations is such a great way to prep for the weekend. Hope you’re well!

  • Wow – absolutely gobsmacking. I adore these.

  • That sweet little typewriter + the light and bright spaces + those amazing shoes = total lust!! That’s for sharing these images. Thank you also for popping by yesterday, I always really appreciate it!
    PS. You were right! The link you left was the same image I had posted from Elle Decor! :)

  • im obsessed with all these photos. i love love rustic floors like that! and that shoe closet isn’t too shabby either…

  • sigh…so gorgeous!! the first series of pics – just adore that place…the light and the furniture and well everything!

  • Beautifully decorated – thanks for sharing! xo

    In Fashion and Style

  • Those last two images left me a little bit breathless. When I see things like this, I not only want to live inside the homes, I want to have dinner with the designers who created them. I can only imagine how interesting they are and how that talent must spill over into so many other aspects of their lives.

  • that typewritter is PERFECT in that space – i want one now! – … oh and the bookkcase she turned into a shoe wall – LOVE IT!!!

    *kiss kiss*
    ~Tiptoe Butterfly~

  • Definitely could use the shoe closet myself!

  • Hello Roséline,

    I hope you’re having a wonderful week! These photos are very chic in their own way, and true, very selby–esque. I like the minimalism and concentration on materials, collected objects and styling details. Nice :)


  • Thanks for the new blog tip. These photos (to me) exhibit classic European urban design: light filled, extremely edited, filled sparsely with interesting, funtional, quality objects. A great lesson.

  • felicity — hello, hello! yes frank stüve’s was good, but parts may have been a little too gothic for my tastes; also liked ines colmorgen + andré wyst’s place — thanks again for the wonderful link and much love to you as well xo

  • sarahann — how exciting! congratulations!

    some style – yes! that shot, with shalom’s portrait, is my very favourite of them all, just for including it. love that you instantly knew who it was :)


  • Love the Selby and love this! The shoes pull me in every time. :)

  • LOVE that shoe storage. xo

  • FXOX said...

    Hey beautiful girl, my pleasure :-) and thank you for the kind words – you are too gracious. (she smiles)

    I was wondering which ones you’d like best.I also thought frank stueve’s & jo groebel’s apartments were rather special.

    Smiles and take care & much love to you and yours


  • Anonymous said...

    Love the photos. Especially the one of the glasses and the stairs.


  • beautiful! love love the portrait of Model Sharlom Harlow one of my favs!

  • i love these pics! i could move straight in to that last home!

  • I love these rooms flooded in light! And all of the storage. We just bought our first home so I’m taking inspiration from EVERYTHING!

  • I just got a vintage typewriter (for free!). Now I need to find a way to display it was beautifully as that…sigh….

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