So this is no ordinary rockstar pad! Minimalist and sophisticated; yet warm and cozy, Adam Levine and supermodel Behati Prinsloo, wanted a home that would express their laid-back vibe. They were looking for a place away from the hustle and bustle of Beverly Hills and found their ranch-style home in Pacific Palisades, not far from where Adam went to high school. With it's voluminous living room, single floor layout and massive backyard, it seemed like the perfect place for their two young daughters to grow up in. Collaborating with Clements Design, they were able to create a space which thoroughly reflects their style with furniture that's low and comfortable and artwork that pops. Once owned by Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner and screen legend Gregory Peck, the architectural mastermind, Cliff May, designed the home in the late 1930's. Though most of the original design has been removed with renovations and additions over the years, the current iteration is a beautiful home with the spirit of California cool.
La Canche stove, stools by Thomas Hayes Studio and Bruno Munari pendants over the island.
Vintage Jean Prouvé Visiteur chairs.
A painting by Sage Vaughn, one of Adam's favourite artists. An Axel Vervoordt table with vintage Ludvig Pontoppidan chairs.
Waldo’s Designs lounge chairs and Mary Corse artwork.
Low and seriously cozy furniture!
A Clements dining table of charred walnut and custom chairs of oak and tubular steel.
Painting by Raymond Pettibon.
Behati's wardrobe. Adam's wardrobe.
Joseph Dirand sconces and an antique Dorokhsh carpet.
A cozy seating area for lounging on a Sunday afternoon!
Photo Credits: Architectural Digest