The highly celebrated pop baroque and dream pop singer/songwriter, Lana Del Rey, who is on the heels of releasing her 6th studio album, entitled “Norman F****** Rockwell”, has recently bought a mesmerizing and serene rustic bungalow in Echo Park, Los Angeles for almost $1.2 million. Today, The Most Expensive Homes blog explores the interior design of this stunningly restored vintage cabin that will make you envious.
This 1,200-square-foot cabin was built in 1911 and has been restored and decorated in a rustic-chic fashion by designer Leanne Ford, who also sold the house to the Queen of indie pop.
The historic two-bedroom and one-bathroom property is actually esteemed to be one of the first homes to have been built in the neighbourhood of Echo Park. One of its owners was actually Hollywood silent film star Clara Kimball Young.
Stunning photographs and paintings provide a unique aesthetic to the comfortable interiors. In the living room area, one can find an exposed-wood beam ceiling that is further enhanced by a modern wood stove which was placed inside a traditional fireplace as well as a lengthy rug.
In the kitchen, two birdcage-like chandeliers offer a majestic glow to a restored wooden table. Moving forward, a secluded library features entire walls of built-in bookshelves and a sliding barn door.
The light-filled master bedroom suite highlights farmhouse elegance through white-painted wooden boards whereas a seating area connected to this division was designed with French doors leading the way to the private outdoor space with a large wraparound porch.
Besides this rustic bungalow, Lana Del Rey also owns several substantial and more expensive homes in Los Angeles, one of the most expensive zip codes in the world. Just to name a few, in 2015, the singer paid $3 million for a beachfront residence in Malibu while, in 2013, she bought an English Tudor in the Windsor Square neighborhood.
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