The young, international Pamono team recommends quality pieces for good prices


Pamono Staff Picks

Pamono’s ever-growing team is composed of young people who’ve come to Berlin from a range of different backgrounds to enjoy all the city has to offer. Representing Belgium, France, Germany, Iran, Italy, Mexico, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Serbia, South Africa, Spain, the UK, and the US, Pamonoers share a love of adventure, multicultural expressions, and—of course—great design. 

Since the Pamono crew works tirelessly everyday to scout and upload new merchandise, help customers find just what they’re looking for, and ship design pieces around the world, who better to ask about good buys available on the site? Read on to discover the Berlin office's top ten recent finds—both vintage and contemporary—that offer a whole lot of style and function for the price.

 

 Brothers Coffee Tables by UNDUO (2014)

 “This piece is so great because it’s so multifunctional. And I love the mix of razor-thin metal and raw, monolithic wood accented with subtle pops of color. I need this in my life.” —Ramtin Zanjani, Photography

Brothers Coffee Tables by UNDUO (2014) Photo © UNDUO

Silver-Plated Jars (1960s)

“How charming are these little silver jars? The nature-inspired handles bring a little bit of the outside inside, which is so nice during the long Berlin winters.” —Christiane Hampel, Customer Service

Silver-Plated Jars (1960s) Photo © NEST49

 

Amber Glass Vase by Jan Beranek for Škrdlovice (1959)

“We see really cool vintage vases all day everyday, but this one stood out because it’s exceptionally thick and textured and the color is so deep. It really has a presence!” —Danja Prahl, Content Team

Amber Glass Vase by Jan Beranek for Škrdlovice (1959) Photo © Designoza

 

Metal Wall Unit by Tjerk Reijenga for Pilastro (1950s)

“These slender, modular metal wall shelves—like the ones from String , Tomado, and Pilastro —have become so popular. Their strong utilitarian vibe has really grown on me. It’s no wonder we sell so many of them.” —Chloe Marshall, Direct Sales

Metal Wall Unit by Tjerk Reijenga for Pilastro (1950s) Photo © Cencity

 

Princess Liqueur Glasses by Bent Severin for Holmegaard (1950s)

“I can picture myself enjoying a drink in these fab glasses in front of a cozy fire after a long day. So elegant!” —Vanessa Krüger, Marketing

Princess Liqueur Glasses by Bent Severin for Holmegaard (1950s) Photo © Design Scout

  

First Side Table by Almost (2015)

“I love that this table is what it is—simple, straightforward, honest—but also has an unexpected quality. The unusual geometry highlights the way the structure has been crafted and brings a sense of style beyond pure functionalism.”  —Malo Raisin, Dev Team

First Side Table by Almost (2015) Photo © Almost

 

Dutch Teak Magazine Rack from Brovorm (1960s)

“I’m a fan of midcentury modern, and the profile of this piece really captures the era while still feeling timeless. It would be perfect next to the lounge chair where I like to read.” —Christian Ahrendt, Co-Founder/Managing Director

Dutch Teak Magazine Rack from Brovorm (1960s) Photo © Oldenbeuving Vintage Design

 

La Reina Tea Set by the Vera Medina Workshop for Colectivo 1050º

“These tea cups are so gorgeously earthly.  You can really see the handmade quality, and the deep and muted color palette adds an extra level of sophistication.” —Carlotta Trevaini, Sourcing

La Reina Tea Set by the Vera Medina Workshop for Colectivo 1050º Photo © Colectivo 1050º

  

Bamboo & Rattan Side Table (1960s)

“Rattan is having a moment right now, and this table has an attractive, sculptural-yet-functional form. The price is pretty attractive too.” –Anita Sengupta, Design

Bamboo & Rattan Side Table (1960s) Photo © Room 30

 

Industrial Table Lamp from Osram Licht AG (1950s)

“There’s something about the old, industrial lighting fixtures that just always look so good in Berlin apartments. The patina and shape drew me to this one. I think it offers a lot bang for the buck.” —Sandra Porqueres, Sourcing

Industrial Table Lamp from Osram Licht AG (1950s) Photo © Shaden Wiernicki Juliusz

 

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