Posts Tagged ‘Germany’

An Art-Infused Home

German artist and art director, Mike Meiré’s home in Cologne is a visual feast infused with creativity in every nook and corner, sparkling with personality and uninhibited whimsy. Adore the heart-shaped Damien Hirst butterfly painting anchoring the dining room with perfectly mismatched seating, and in stark contrast a very moody room done in varying shades of grayish purple.  Full story and photos here.

T Magazine November 2012

T Magazine November 2012

The children’s living room below is amusing, youthful, and fun.  I imagine an environment where creative learning is a priority and supported fully in all aspects.  Art is everywhere, even in the dressing area where floating shelves display a well-curated collection.

T Magazine November 2012

{Images via T Magazine; Photography by Jason Schmidt}

Berlin

The German capital has a different brand of appeal – a stark, clean, and modern attractiveness, with a history that seems very much enmeshed with everyday life.