This house in Cape Town, South Africa is owned by a few artists, and I think you can see it straight away. The front room is divided by a fireplace that separates the living room from the studio. The mix of materials, styles and curated pieces in the living room shows the unique voices of the owners in their fields. The kitchen mixes the Victorian, mid-century, and industrial aesthetics. The owners ensure that statement walls feel full with additional objects to compliment the feature without distracting attention. Japanese and African influences can be seen throughout the house, for example a collection of South African and Japanese plates hanging on interchangeable wooden picture rails or a collection of kabuki masks.