From ethnic German to revisited retro, you can bet these “country girls” (as the ladies behind Pomeranza Design Ranch like to describe themselves) know their urban trends.
Janet Tempel and Sabine Bulkeley, respectively, an industrial designer and a landscape architect. sell a tasteful, hand-picked and entirely exclusive mêlée of odd and international objects: traditional German Grubentücher (dish towels); Ossie piggy banks and candles; jewelry from Australia or Russia; field notebooks from America – even travel and courier bags made from the soft tops of old convertibles.
All of this is displayed on stylish furniture and shelves, in accordance with quarterly themes: there have already been “Luck”, “Here Everything Is Beautiful”, “On The Way” and “Friendship” seasons.
With one birthday or another always around the corner, you might want to delve into this treasure trove for one-of-a-kind gifts. There’s bound to be something for everyone – and every purse.
Prices start as low as €1.20 for a German kiddie classic, the Pustefix bubble-maker, and end at €209 (the cost of a large dothebag-label bag). One exception is a leather bench priced at €1000 – but it’s not just any kind of bench: it’s a redesigned pommel horse.The cozy café corner serves Berlin’s Andraschko coffee, shortbread and delicious miniature cakes.