Adam Levine Hollywood Hills Home With Vintage Interior

Who does not know Adam Levine? singer from United States that has a lot of fans and his performances on stage successfully stole the hearts of women. However, something that you often see on stage a little different from the style in designing the interior of his home that seemed different. He preferred to design his home with vintage interior that combines a medieval style with a shot of bachelor attitude. Like what’s in the house he shared with his wife, Behati Prinsloo, let us check.

Adam Levine family room is dominated by vintage items. There is a purple velvet sofas, antique floor lamps, cocktail table from Jean Prouve, chairs and daybed white. Meanwhile, Persian rugs and cushions with leather gloved antique textiles from Samuel’s Rug Galley make the room seem more festive. Uniquely, the living room is decorated with portraits of hip hop musician Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg. While his sideboard is made in Arturo Pani in 1960. Although the vintage, a glimpse of these colors such as collision and contrast are showing rebellion against color composition.

For the design of the terrace, Adam Levine chose ranch-style 1940s with overlooking pool surrounded by palm trees. Part of this terrace is dominated by white and green of palm trees that make the atmosphere was cool.

Kitchen area is created with stainless steel. With dining chairs and a table that looks minimalist, indoor kitchen look neater. Some even round lights hanging from the ceiling add a distinctive touch to a kitchen.

Just as in the family room, in the bedroom, you can find vintage items that dominate. As vintage wooden bed from the 1940s that became the focal point of the room that carries a dark gray color on the walls. Maroon color can be seen from the bed sheets, pillowcases and draperies hanging. Meanwhile, some of the paintings hanging on the walls. Uniquely, Maroon 5 frontman is piled two suitcases vintage as a table in front of the fireplace.

Maroon 5’s Grammys find a home on a George Nelson cabinet, the mixed-media work is by Shepard Fairey.

The marble-clad master bath features an antique claw-foot tub from Architectural Detail and a Paul McCobb table from JF Chen.

So what do you think? Is Adam Levine’s home like what you imagine.

source: architecturaldigest


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