Let's just say we were a little taken off guard when we caught this sneak peek of musician and Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine's 1940s ranch-style home in the Hollywood Hills, which is featured in the latest March issue of Architectural Digest.
If you're not familiar with Adam, his recent role as a coach on the reality music talent show The Voice might help put a face to his name, or his hit song 'She Will Be Loved' could also help jog your memory a little...or there's also the infamous photo shoot he did a year ago to raise cancer awareness. Either way, given Adam's rock-star status we were admittedly expecting his home to be another Hollywood bachelor pad with mirrored surfaces all around and tricked out with tech gadgets. Well, turns out that's not quite Adam's style.
The interiors are a mix of midcentury and contemporary styles. The living room has rosewood-paneled walls and a tufted purple sofa and the stainless-steel kitchen features a Florence Knoll dining table. To mix the styles up a bit more, there are also ornate rugs and vintage black-and-white photos throughout the house. Simply put, we're pretty impressed by the eclectic look in Adam's home. But our favorite area in the house is a corner in the master bedroom where a grand piano and guitars are always at the ready, and the one spot that we think really reflects Adam's musical passions.
Check out Architectural Digest's March cover below and get the full sneak peek of Adam's Hollywood Hills house over at architecturaldigest.com. All photos courtesy of Architectural Digest.