There’s no mistaking Demi Lovato’s Los Angeles home for anyone else, with eclectic furnishings and beautifully decorated rooms reflecting the singer-songwriter’s vibrant personality.
This time, Lovato collaborated with Argyle Design founders Kate Bell and James Drew — who helped fill the home with fun, stylish touches, like an awesome color-changing cloud lamp by Rania Pete. Suspended under Stark’s psychedelic wall. .
“I was in a place where I wanted everything in my house to be super trippy,” Lovato says. “I wanted it to be kind of psychedelic and super vibey, but I also wanted it to have a good energy of hosting when I have a lot of people over.”
“Showroom Room” where Lovato and her guests enjoy listening to music while watching interactive cloud lamps change color. Credit: Gina Pefley
Bell dubs some unexpected items like butt vases, breast-shaped salt and pepper shakers, as well as mushroom-shaped stools as “LOL moments” found throughout the interior’s over-the-top aesthetic.
Lovato enlisted the help of Eva Seta, director of communications at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, to organize her home with works by emerging artists from underrepresented communities.
In her Gucci Lilies-wallpapered kitchen, a painting of a figure’s legs hangs over a distinctive breakfast nook by Lilian Martinez, while Yasmin Nasir Diaz’s work “Truth or Dare” takes center stage in the dining room. Is.
“I wanted it to be a very strange atmosphere,” the singer said. “There’s also a lot to do with empowering women, so having these pieces was very important to me. My home.”
The “glam room” has a bold pink and green color scheme. Credit: Gina Pefley
Evidence of Lovato’s rock-and-roll sensibilities runs through the house. In the master bedroom, Atra’s chic beluga chairs (where her guitar can be found resting) are placed next to a silver-bronze leopard. A “glam room” becomes the perfect place to get ready, with a hair salon equipped with bowls of shampoo and a neon sign that reads “You’re never complete without a smile.” Not ready.” The pool house was even converted into a recording studio, and it was here that he conceived his latest album.Holy Fvck” according to the publication.
The spacious six-bedroom home also includes plenty of quiet spaces with a backyard that includes an outdoor kitchen, hot tub, fire pit, secluded patio and space for her beloved yorkies, Batman and Cinderella, to hang out. There is a netted area.
Pleased with how comfortable it turned out, Lovato said, “I have no reason to leave, it’s exactly what I wanted in a house.”
Above Caption: Demi Lovato at home in Studio City, Los Angeles.