Adam Levine’s Hollywood Hills Home was featured in Architectural Digest, and we found out it combines a mid-century sophistication with a shot of bachelor attitude. So, due to its stunning mid-century floor lamps, we decide there’s an absolute need to share his stunning house.
His immaculately refurbished 1940s ranch-style dwelling, suspended high above the city, in the Hollywood Hills, is filled with classics by Jean Prouvé, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Arne Jacobsen, and with other 20th-century-design icons.
“Furnishing a home is no different than going into the studio and making music,” Levine says. “You want to make sure you’ve pared down all the extra details so that in the end, every stitch has a context uniquely yours.”
The living room is a well-edited haven of vintage pieces. Our favorite one is a Stilnovo floor lamp from Lewis Trimble Decorative Arts & Antiques, and a Ludwig Mies van der Rohe daybed.
The terrace of Levine’s restored ’40s ranch-style house overlooks a palm-fringed pool.
The Philippe Starck–designed bedside lamp shaped like an AK-47 looks stunning in his bedroom. “I blame it on Lenny Kravitz,” Levine says. “He had one in his apartment in Paris when we were doing a tour there, and I knew I had to get one. It took me months to track it down.”
One end of the master bedroom includes a Wurlitzer baby grand piano, a custom-made ottoman, and an industrial floor lamp that fits perfectly in the room.
Maroon 5’s Grammys find a home on an amazing George Nelson cabinet, that adds a sophisticated mid-century vibe.
The marble-clad master bath features an antique claw-foot tub that mirrors the habitat of a man who is confident in his tastes.
Photos © Roger Davies for AD
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