As the worlds of fashion and interior design become more intertwined than ever, we launch a new series taking you inside the stylish homes of women working in creative industries, be it photography, art, fashion or film. To kick off the franchise, interior designer Amy Brandhorst, who specialises in both domestic and commercial projects, gives us a tour of her light-filled, airy Berlin apartment.
Pictures courtesy of Anne.Catherine Scoffoni.
The dining area
“Our dining area seems to have boundless space, but still remains inviting. I think it’s important to eat in a space that’s comfortable, not cramped or too loud. You don’t necessarily need a huge room, rather you can limit the amount of colours, textures and shapes in your dining space to keep the design quiet.”