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10 Must-See Musicians’ Homes

by Annie Werbler

Whether styled mid-century, boho, or full of antiques, we’ve discovered that the homes of musicians tend to have one very important thing in common — they’ve all got soul. In addition to these 15 Gorgeous Pianos that Suit Their Spaces, we rounded up 10 new places that lend themselves to having beautiful music made within their walls. The acoustics, lighting, decor, and creative residents all contribute to their magical moods. Check out more of these spirited interiors. —Annie

10 Must-See Musicians' Homes, on Design*Sponge
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Steven Rummer and Steven Malone make beautiful music with a piano left behind by the previous homeowners of A Federal-Style Brick Beauty in the Hudson Valley.
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Astrid and Brian Insieme completed their remarkable Before & After: An A-Frame Cottage Gets an A+ Renovation in only 800 square feet, fully stocking the space with "global, a little chic, and very cozy" vibes.
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Candis and Andy Meredith made sure to carve out a space in their Before & After: Old Home Love for her piano, passed down to the oldest daughter since Candis’ great grandmother.
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A Charming Bohemian Home in West Palm Beach, FL belonging to Ariel and her humans Carley and Jonathan Summers features tons of artisan decor collected from trips around the world.
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A Creative Couple’s Fun and Bright Home in Beverly Hills is where Lana Hansen and Mike Young display a love of personal objets d'art among mid-century inspired furnishings.
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Designer Megan Pettipoole helped the Whealy family complete their Before & After: A Bohemian Makeover in Nebraska, where she claims that "even pianos gotta get a little boho" of her earthy styling choices.
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Kristi Reed and her husband Greg craved Slow, Country Living in Montana’s Absaroka Mountains with consummate host Judd noting the piano from Portland, OR and potted cacti from Kristi's grandfather's Ojai, CA homestead.
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Jolts of Color Restart an Old New Orleans Home thanks to artist Merry Lake, who filled the place with vintage finds like the 1920s piano tucked away in a corner of the front parlor.
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A Bright Nashville Home for a Stylist and Musician is chock full of expertly curated functional details, down to the bathroom shelves of Mary Ellen and Jacob Arnold.
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Jenny Lewis and Duncan Western stocked their bathroom with thrifted and found mirrors for some 1930s glamour in An Ever-Evolving East London Home For A Creative Family.

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  • Nice spirited interiors, but would have loved to see some more life on the walls, maybe a custom wall mural or a fine art canvas print. Some pix ??? Not sure….

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