One look at Maroon 5’s lead singer Adam Levine’s Hollywood Hills, California bachelor pad and you know that he definitely has “Moves Likes Jagger,” and his home is simply stellar to match their number one hit.
When looking at most celebrity rock stars, you envision their homes with unrealistic colors and out of this world taste in furniture to match. Levine’s 1940’s refurbished ranch style home is pleasantly filled with classic designed furniture from Jean Prouvé and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe to Arne Jacobsen, from ceiling to floor.
Take a closer look into Levine’s celebrity rock star home that would make any design enthusiast drool.
“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.”… Adam Levine via Architectural Digest.
Adam has made his once four-bedroom home nestled on the side of Bronson Canyon home into a one bedroom that is complete with concrete floors and rosewood paneling that proves to be a show stopper that any bachelor would be glad to call home.
Levine shows his style and love for design with the help of his long-time friend Mark Haddawy, who is a 20th century-design collector. With his guidance, the home became a colorful mix of art, furniture and interior design inspiration.
“Mark brought soul and color into the place,” Levine notes. Says Haddawy, “For me, it’s about the mix, not just in the materials we used, but in the art we bought for the house.”
Levine’s Hollywood home is a refreshing example of a celebrity rock star who has preserved the integrity of design while adding his love for mid-century furnishings and just the right details for him to call home.
It’s refreshing to see every rock star doesn’t have a heart-shaped tub in their bathroom that can fit 20 people, and that’s what they consider a design feature of the home!
All photo credits: Architectural Digest