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Visit Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine's sophisticated, stylish home with Architectural Digest

View from terrace of Adam Levine's Hollywood home

“As anyone who has watched even a little MTV knows, Los Angeles rock-star bachelor pads tend to fall into two distinct categories: louche Vegas-like fantasies or high-tech digs crammed with the latest toys for boys. And yet the home of arguably the most sizzling rock star on the planet right now — Adam Levine, the front man for Maroon 5 – conforms to neither stereotype.”

So begins Architectural Digest’s profile of Levine and his 1940 ranch-style Hollywood home. The article explores how Levine’s longtime friend Mark Haddawy, a 20th-century-design collector and co-owner of a vintage-clothing boutique, helped shape the home’s layout and style during a the refurbishing process. The result is a home filled with elegant touches — a dark, comfortable bedroom and a meticulous stainless-steel kitchen — mixed with offbeat additions like a gold-plated machine-gun lamp and what looks like a bronzed skull at his bedside.

Check out Arch Digest’s profile and slideshow for more.

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[photos courtesy of Architectural Digest]

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