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Interior Designer & traveller

Designing feel-good spaces has always been a great passion of mine. My biggest personal projects were the new construction of our restoration workshop, the complete renovation of our 60s house and the decluttering and furnishing of an alpine hut. I have turned my passion into a profession by doing a certified course in interior design and interior architecture. In addition to planning new and remodeling projects, I also enjoy working in our workshop and transforming antique wooden furniture into contemporary eye-catchers together with my husband Michael.

You can find out more about the workshop and its work at


Annette und Michael Walser

Press reviews

In the following German newspapers and magazines you can read several articles about my work:

What characterizes me

My fine sense for colours


Colours have always been mine and I really enjoy designing rooms and furniture with them. Every time anew I'm fascinated by what you can achieve with colours.

My passion for vintage pieces

I love to go treasure hunting with my customers: at flea and antique markets or regional sales portals.

Often we also find things in our own house, cellar or attic.

My diverse travel experience


From my many travels, I know what travellers need and what they are happy about.

I also enjoy working abroad and speak fluent English, very good French and have a basic knowledge of Spanish.

I also love to travel and explore other cultures. In doing so, I have come across a wide variety of accommodations, from the 5-star Hotel Negresco in Nice to a simple beach hut on Aitutaki. Over the past few years, I've booked dozens of Airbnbs that have always been a meaningful part of my travel experience: from the stone cottage in Brittany, the yellow wooden hut in Norway, the retro cottage in New Orleans, the cottage in Cornwall to the Mayan hut in Mexico. That's why I it lies close to my heart to make holiday homes cozier.

I'm looking forward to know you and your holiday home!

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