a peek inside: beastie boy mike d’s brooklyn townhouse

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Hip-hop royalty ought to have a proper palace. While some of his contemporaries in rap music might feel more suited in say, a downtown loft or a gated Malibu abode, Mike D – legendary Beastie Boys emcee – recently moved into a townhouse in Brooklyn’s subtly upscale Cobble Hill with filmmaker Tamra Davis and their sons. On the inside of the building, a three-level home with vast open hallways. The 3,200-square-foot home was completely renovated, adding an outdoor grilling space, a private home office, and high ceilings. With Mike Diamond known interest in interior decoration, the house represents a meshing of French and American minimalist styles.

Pretty dope. 

More of Mike D’s beautifully designed and decorated home as featured in the NY Times ‘Licensed to Grill: Mike D’s Brooklyn Town House’ after the jump…

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Source and photos: NYT and HypeBeast

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  1. I do look at the apartment pics over and over again. every room seems to be so inspiring.

    I would really appreciate if someone could tell me where I could get this red/white wallpaper and who the artists of this great pictures are (the big one in blue/pink, the two smaller ones on the chimney and the bigger ones in the hall at the entrance).

    Thank you for answer and inspiration.

  2. Mike D’s townhouse was featured in a Design Brooklyn book. More photographs of this inspiring space as well as sources for millwork, finishes, art, etc.

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