Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo have a Los Angeles home that reflects peace and serenity! Find out more about this couple’s place!
Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo home have everything in the right place. All the furniture has clean lines and soft tones. According to the couple, “We were attracted to this place because it felt homey. You could tell that kids had lived here before,”.
They always wanted to live somewhere quiet and that is the reason why they sold their Beverly Hills home and moved here.
This place they have was designed by the ranch-style maestro Cliff May in the late 1930s. Over the years, several Hollywood stars and producers have made renovations to the home. Before Adam and Behati, Gregory Peck, producer Brian Grazer, Ben Affleck, and Jennifer Garner have lived here.
Clements Design was the design studio chosen by the couple and this is what they did: “We basically stripped it all down. We simplified the materials and color palette and exposed the bones of the house to create a beautiful, neutral backdrop for their collections of art and design,”.
Adam and Behati love to be surrounded by beautiful things, but always in a casual way. Here the kids run everything, but friends and family are always welcome.
The living room has a main star, the Rashid Johnson canvas. He is a clear example of the home’s chic and luxurious vibe.
Behati Prinsloo says that Adam should be an interior designer because he stays up all night looking for houses and the best furniture. The couple is passionate about art, and around their home, they have Henry Taylor, Richard Prince, Albert Oehlen, and others.
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Here you can see a Rick Owens daybed from the Carpenters Workshop gallery, that holds Adam’s closet.
The architect says that “We created a series of discrete destinations—outdoor rooms that are truly meant for a living—to add variety to the experience of the garden”.
In this bathroom, we can fin Joseph Dirand wall lamps and an antique Dorokhsh carpet from Woven.
The lounge living room is complete with Vintage Jean Prouvé chairs.
All in order to conclude this article with Adam Levine’s words “The COVID lockdown made us especially grateful to have this place. In a world where nothing ever seems to be enough, our home feels like a genuine unicorn, our perfect sanctuary,”
Credits to Architectural Digest; Photography by William Abranowicz