Style is priceless. Fortunately there are plenty of interior design shops in Berlin, where tasteful furniture, interesting art, and decorative objects are selected by experienced experts and skilfully staged. We have put together our six favourites and show you what makes each shop so special.
At Bazar Noir, the name says it all. The walls and ceilings of this extraordinary interior design shop in the heart of Kreuzberg are painted in elegant black and let the strikingly presented lighting, works of art or home accessories literally shine. You won't find any off the peg mass products here; everything comes from local and international designers and was lovingly made by hand. Modern meets traditional vintage objects and culminates in an extremely exciting mixture of old and new, folklore and minimalism. Definitely worth a visit!
Was everything better in the past? In the case of the Berlin interior design shop Coroto, that's definitely true. Its location already celebrates the beauty of the past, located as it is in the middle of Karl-Marx-Allee - one of the most famous promenades in the GDR. And the interior, with its nostalgic ambience, is equally impressive. The finest vintage furniture by creative luminaries such as Arne Jacobsen or Finn Ruhl is presented here for design-oriented customers alongside Scandinavian ceramics and exotic arts and crafts. If you are looking for something special from days past, you are guaranteed to find it here.
Design from A to Z: Charlottenburg's Studio Z develops tailor-made interior concepts that are fully adapted to the preferences and tastes of its customers. In addition to high-quality materials and renowned brands, it attaches particular importance to balanced shapes and harmonious colour palettes. The result? An atmospheric home that inspires with unique wallpapers, furniture, decorative objects and above all that certain something.
At this popular store, you can not only browse and shop, but also eat and celebrate. Hallesches Haus set new standards for the Berlin interior design scene and sees itself as a multidisciplinary venue with a feel for aesthetics. At lunch or Sunday brunch, you can let yourself be inspired by the hip range of decorative products and get a taste of what it's all about. The finest marble, velvety textiles, or even a model flamingo: there really is something for everyone here.
Since 1952, BoConcept has been one of the big names in the Danish interior scene and has opened over 300 stores worldwide. The three Berlin stores have also become an integral part of the German capital's shop portfolio. No matter whether bedroom, living room or guest room, interior or exterior, furniture or accessories, BoConcept makes dream homes come true and adjusts itself to the individual wishes of its customers. A softer fabric for the sofa? Practical storage space under the bed? No problem with BoConcept.
Just off Kurfürstendamm, Stilwerk opens its doors to interested enthusiasts. Not one interior design shop, but 55 shops extend over an area of 20,000 square metres and offer everything a shopper could wish for - from kitchenware and opulent upholstered furniture to fluffy carpets. The motto here is to bring time with you and let yourself be intoxicated by the diverse and multi-faceted range.
Trendy all-round location, traditional Scandinavian company or multi-storey design Mecca: the selection of Berlin interior design shops is as large as it is versatile, and is simply waiting to be discovered by you. Have fun shopping!