As part of the series called The Hot Corner, we’re featuring Krrb corners that catch our eye with their well-curated inventory. Whether it’s upcycled, secondhand, vintage or handmade, be sure to see for yourself why we think these Krrbsters have it going on.
An architectural photographer for almost 30 years, Robert Berger is full ingrained in the design industry. When business started dwindling a few years ago, Robert started buying furniture, cleaning it up and selling it, which lead to a new career. Relying on his Los Angeles-based connections for insider news on building renovations, auctions and estate sales, Robert keeps his corner full with beautifully shot one-of-a-kind inventory. Read on to learn more about Robert and what unique pieces he has in his arsenal.
Arriving to the classifieds via Apartment Therapy about a year ago, Robert’s own listings have been heating up. Anything he sells from the 1950s and 1960s is very popular along with Danish furniture. Unusual finds like a 10-foot wooden, 1970s New York City subway bench are also hot items.
If you find yourself in Los Angeles, get in on Robert’s fun collection of furniture. You can keep an eye on his latest additions at his Krrb corner.