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Quiet colours, peaceful living

Anne's Home

“I´ve always wanted to work in an artistic working environment“, Anne Beckwilm said, smiling. Beckwilm originally started off working as an art therapist, but when she got the chance to work as a stylist´s assistant for a German interior magazine she immediately took it. Once an assistant she now works as a free-lancer. “I just love project-based working – you start with a vision and transfer it into a real room with beautiful highlights“, she said. When entering Beckwilm’s apartment it is obvious that arranging rooms and apartments is not only her job but her passion as well.

Quite colours as white and blue in all their facets generate her comfort zone which she combines with wood and natural tones. That way the basis of a generally calm and soft room is created. In addition, Beckwilm can change and redecorate her apartment with accessories and flowers at all times and whenever she feels like modifying the feel of it.

A mixture of maritime flair and mountain panorama give the kitchen a cozy touch A small corner of her comfortable living room
left A mixture of maritime flair and mountain panorama give the kitchen a cozy touch
right A small corner of her comfortable living room
Collected items Working space of Anne
left Collected items
right Working space of Anne

Images: Sabrina Rothe via Taverne Agency. Producer: Anne Beckwilm. Words: Josephine Andreoli

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