How Artists Live: Incredibly Creative Homes Like Nothing You've Seen Before

How Artists Live: Incredibly Creative Homes Like Nothing You've Seen Before

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Nancy Mitchell
Aug 13, 2017
(Image credit: Trendland)

Some artists make art not just of their canvases, but their entire homes. Today we're taking a look at 3 incredibly creative homes of artists and designers, which will have you seeing your whole space in a completely different light.


(Image credit: Greenterior)

Above: From Greenterior, a book about creative people and their love for plants, comes these two spaces (the first, the home of artist and textile designer Martyn Thompson, and the second, the living room of artists Marianne and Kore Yoors), where art serves as not just an accent but a canvas. Images from Trendland.

(Image credit: The Wall Street Journal)
(Image credit: The Wall Street Journal)
(Image credit: The Wall Street Journal)

This is the Paris home of antiques dealer and decorator Florence Lopez, from The Wall Street Journal. She re-creates her home, which also serves as a showroom for the pieces she sells, every few years, and definitely isn't shy about color.

(Image credit: Nancy Mitchell)
(Image credit: Nancy Mitchell)
(Image credit: Nancy Mitchell)

Artist Matt Austin's home in Brooklyn, New York, is a riot of texture and color — besides accessorizing with plenty of pieces of his own creation, he's also made the walls themselves into works of art. The result is a completely immersive design experience, where the walls and the art and the furniture come together to make a space not quite like anything you've seen before.

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