13. January 2022



For the first time ever, Jürgen Reiter, KARE CEO and one of our founders, opens the doors to his home. The Munich resident invites you into his realm full of designer furniture, art and found objects with a history. And because Jürgen Reiter shapes the KARE look and continues to develop it anew, he also shows where and how he can find inspiration and creative relaxation within his four walls.







“Because my memories are at home in my apartment, it is like a nest. It is not a showroom, but my home and where my soul is.” The chief designer shows us his colourful old building in Lehel, Munich. It is his retreat, with plenty of room for inspiration. Here we find souvenirs from all over the world, art and comics, as well as classics with a story.






“An object has to tell a story and not just fit into the environment. Different styles are welcome to mix together to create a total work of art, or to stand out as a contrast”. This quote sums up Jürgen Reiter’s style. Baroque design like the chandelier brings an exuberant attitude towards life into rooms. The brightly coloured dining room chairs break the lush shapes and are a statement for clear, functional design.




“Less is more? Life is too short for minimalism. More is more, and with decorating anyway.” Here you can discover more of Jürgen Reiter’s all time KARE favourites accessories.



The KARE brand symbolizes furnishing ideas which are unique, non-conformist and authentic. Ever since 1981 the company has been surprising its fans worldwide with an incomparable and inexhaustible variety of new furniture, lighting and furnishing accessories, all expressing an intense passion for design.

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