I know that many enjoyed last week with the first installment of the house of singer Lenny Kravitz, which surely surprised you. Today I want to share with you another part, this time more intimate, which are the bedrooms. They may not be as full of things as the rooms we have seen so far, but you will be with me that the bedrooms sometimes say more of the people than the rooms.
In this case, we will start with the master bedroom that you have under these lines, you can see a new interpretation of a mosquito net, which is all fringes. Again we have here the white carpet like the one we saw last week (I guess they made an offer, because it could have already varied in color).
I think the choice is very good bright bedspread silver that has put him to bed (it seems I licked, but I would not assure you) and how there is hardly any decoration in the bedroom, because the large windows that overlook a terrace are already pretty and striking enough. I love bedside lamps and how he maintains sobriety throughout the room.
On these lines, you have one of Lenny Kravitz's guest bedrooms that is quite simple and even I wouldn't mind having him in my house. Two bedside tables surround this bed that instead of a headboard is supported by a bright front that occupies the entire wall.
The quilt, white embroidered seems beautiful, and it would even be a great gift for anyone whatever their aesthetic taste as it is a success timeless And that fits with everything. The mirror above, although it goes against the rules of Feng Shui, is also beautiful. It looks like they've taken it out of an antique store.
Here you have Lenny Kravitz's last guest bedroom, where the singer has joined the minimalism with retro touches. I love the headboards of the beds and the photo on them. Attention to bedside lamps attached to the ceiling so it looks like a cable. From here I tell you: they invite me to spend a night in that room and they have to take me out with a spatula.
I leave for the last Lenny Kravitz's study, blood red with furniture and white curtains. I like a lot the contrast and the clean and sinuous line of furniture. It seems a good place to be inspired if you are one of those who are inspired by such a red environment. I love the op-art painting on the desk and the lamp that is barely visible on the ceiling looks to give a uniform illumination, ideal to see the papers well while writing the songs that you will later play on the piano.