The living room is a well-edited haven of vintage pieces: a Dunbar sofa in Maharam mohair velvet, a Stilnovo floor lamp from Lewis Trimble Decorative Arts & Antiques, a Jean Prouvé cocktail table, a Hans J. Wegner Ox chair from Michael Weisberg, and a Ludwig Mies van der Rohe daybed. The 1920s Persian carpet and pillows covered in antique Caucasian textiles are from Samuel’s Rug Galley
A Mark Seliger portrait of Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg is displayed against the living room’s rosewood-paneled wall.
The terrace of Levine’s restored ’40s ranch-style house overlooks a palm-fringed pool.
An Andy Warhol silkscreen hangs above a French Art Deco cabinet from JF Chen; the bar cart is vintage Italian.
The ’40s bed is paired with vintage Fritz Henningsen armchairs; the work above the headboard is by Jean-Michel Basquiat, the black-and-white portrait is of Tupac Shakur, the lamp is by Philippe Starck, and the a cowhide carpet that creates the all environment.
One end of the master bedroom includes a Wurlitzer baby grand piano, a custom-made ottoman, and a work on paper by Ed Ruscha.
An array of photographs, including portraits of Kurt Cobain, Bob Dylan, and Stevie Wonder with Bob Marley, decorates a wall painted in Benjamin Moore’s Black.
Maroon 5’s Grammys find a home on a George Nelson cabinet; the mixed-media work is by Shepard Fairey.