Meet Lena Lademann
Content Creator, Lena Lademann opened up her doors to her beautiful apartment in Hamburg, Germany. Her very curated portfolio and Instagram has a unique and minimalistic mix of lifestyle, fashion and design. We asked her some questions about her style and how she is feeling right now.
What is your favorite place in Hamburg?
The place I feel most in comfort is my home! No matter where you are moving you can always creative this beautiful safe space that gives you the feeling of security and declaration.
What is the funniest thing that has happened to you recently?
Well, in these current times being on lockdown in Germany, there does not specifically happen anything uber funny or exciting I must say but I have a lot of funny friends with exceptionally good humor. It helps a lot to laugh together and to sometimes forget the heaviness that surrounds us at the moment.
“I absolutely adore designs (if it is interior or fashion) that are timeless with a modern twist. The Crown Armchair and Sander are exactly these attributes for me and will be companions for life.”
Is there a particular place where you feel most creative?
Either infront of my computer when I am able to scroll through inspirational magazines and do mood boards or when I am able to work with close friends. For example my talented friend Simon Schmidt, @ownwayofinspiration. When we work together we enrich each other with creativity and good energy.
Who or what has inspired/influenced you?
In regard of emancipation and self trust it definitely has been my mother since she always has been a tough working mom which unfortunately wasn’t the most natural thing where I grew up back in the days of the 90s.
“In regard of emancipation and self trust it definitely has been my mother since she always has been a tough working mom which unfortunately wasn’t the most natural thing where I grew up back in the days of the 90s.”
When are you the most inspired?
Many people feel automatically inspired when they travel a lot. I actually need to actively take the time to confront and challenge my creativity. Inspiration and quality doesn’t come automatically from doing nothing. I go through magazines, photography illustrated books or Pinterest and sometimes it is just a beautiful location which I spot during a walk or run that inspires me.