Shop Tour: Beuteltiere in Berlin!
Today I'd like to share a lovely shop called Beuteltiere that's so cute and is owned by business partners Barbara Mueller and Katrin Hufer who have knack for curating handbags and accessories - their boutique is like a gallery or gorgeous bags! Beuteltiere is located in Berlin's trendy Prenzlauer Berg district at Raumerstrasse 19 and just so happens to be where many of my friends shop which is why I decided to write about them today -- they are definitely the "it" bag shop in Berlin -- especially for girls and guys who love good design.
Shop girls Katrin (left) and Barbara (right)
I had the pleasure of meeting Barbara a few years ago and we've kept in touch since -- she's a great lady and terrific business woman. In fact, the blogging event where I spoke at in 2008 is what helped motivate these ladies to get started with a blog, shop and web shop (you can watch their video in German about it here. It's great!). This really pleases me -- it's nice to know that so many ladies are being inspired and started a business -- and living their dreams. I'm heading to Berlin soon to visit them, the high speed train gets me there in an hour and 25 minutes (not bad!) and I really need to buy a bag for myself for Spring/Summer... and they have some great ones as you can see in these photos!
I want to mention that recently Nicole from Nicoletter visited Beuteltiere and picked up this gorgeous 100% recycled Matt & Nat bag... it's a great one, isn't it? I've become obsessed lately with leather bags, sunglasses and umbrellas so you'll have to excuse me!
If you are a decor8 reader (which you are if you're reading this, right?!?) you can tell these shop girls when you visit and they'll give you a 10% discount off of your purchase to celebrate their one year anniversary. If you buy a bag online you can use your discount until the end of April by entering code "BGdecor8" at checkout.
Thank you ladies for sharing your shop with us today! I feel like I went on vacation without leaving the house. :)
(photography: tim adler)