Have you ever wondered what living with an artist is like? Well in my first-hand experience, they not only like to showcase their own art but also collect other people’s art as well! It lends to a colorful and interesting home which is usually well decorated in a strongly creative personal style. Be it artists, musicians, actors, architects or designers .. we all have a panache for appreciating the creative industries within our own homes.

In the above image, artist Brian Donnelly, a.k.a. KAWS, pays tribute to his favorite graphic and pop artists in his new studio in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

Check out some of these examples below!

Wolfe Residence, Ehrlich Artitects

Wolfe Residence, Ehrlich Artitects

 

Tineke Triggs, San Francisco

Tineke Triggs, San Francisco.

 

The Coach House - Photographer Lisa Petrole, Stephane Chamard Architecture

The Coach House – Photographer Lisa Petrole, Stephane Chamard Architecture.

 

Stacy Weiss, Pennsylvania

Stacy Weiss, Pennsylvania.

 

Stacy Weiss, House of Lifetime, Pittsburgh

Stacy Weiss, her ‘House of Lifetime’in Pittsburgh.

 

Shabby chic of Nina van de Goor's home, Amersterdam

Shabby chic of Nina van de Goor’s home, Amersterdam.

 

Scandi meets rustic - elena del bucchia

Scandi meets rustic – Elena del Bucchia.

 

real estate photo - 1610 San Marina

Real estate photo – 1610 San Marina.

 

Jeni Lee 2 - artist home and studio overlooking Kangaroo Island, South Australia

Jeni Lee’s artist home and studio overlooking Kangaroo Island, South Australia.

 

Jeni Lee - artist home and studio overlooking Kangaroo Island, South Australia

Jeni Lee’s artist garden.

 

Image from Works Photography Inc

Image from Works Photography Inc.

 

Great natural light studio San Fancisco

Great natural light studio San Fancisco.

 

comtemporary home Templestowe, Melbourne

Contemporary home Templestowe, Melbourne.

 

comtemporary home Kansas

Contemporary home Kansas.

 

Brillig Manor, family room

Brillig Manor, family room

Brillig Manor is the whirlwind outcome of ‘artist at home comes to life’ by Darlene Graeser. Graeser is a clinical psychologist by day, prolific painter by night. The hyperactive Darlene has little need or use for sleep. Darlene spent her nights wandering around the house and pondering her day, until she discovered that she could ponder just as well with paint and canvas. You can see more of her amazing home on Houzz.

Brillig Manor, artist studio

Brillig Manor, artist studio

 

Artists studio by Artists Shed Life

Artists studio by Artists Shed Life

 

Artists bedroom, photographer Jason Snyder

Artist sudio, photographer Jason Snyder

 

Artist sudio, photographer Jason Snyder

Artist studio, photographer Jason Snyder

 

700 Palms Residence, Ehrlich Artitects

700 Palms Residence, Ehrlich Architects

 

700 Palms Residence, Ehrlich Artitects 2

700 Palms Residence, Ehrlich Architects

 

Always the artist

Dina