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Minimalism had its moment but it looks like maximalism is the hot mess that everyone is lusting over right now.
Well, if not now, then certainly after taking a virtual tour through Cara Delevingne’s Los Angeles mansion.
The interior design is excessive, going from nature-inspired to carnivalesque in a really fun-filled way, with toy and game-like features in every room.
It is basically an adult playground and honestly, releasing your inner child has never looked this luxurious.
The 28-year-old model/actress opened her doors to Architectural Digest, making her funhouse the magazine’s latest cover story:
Here’s more from CNN:
The floor plan of Cara Delevingne’s home probably looks more like a tabletop board game than a structurally sound blueprint.
From a fiery-red poker room to a therapeutic ball pit and walk-in closet for costume party emergencies, every inch of Delevingne’s home appears to be designed with one thing in mind: fun.
Delevingne has been described as a creative chameleon, and she wanted her house to fit in with that:
“My work requires me to put on many different hats and costumes,” she told Architectural Digest.
“I love slipping into these various characters, so I wanted my home to reflect lots of different themes and moods.”
The founder of Line Architecture, Nicolò Bini, helped recreate the old 1940s residence into Delevingne’s own personal pleasure palace:
Expect a David Bowie memorial bathroom, a Chanel-monogrammed surfboard, and a Playboy pinball machine.
There’s even a secret passageway that can only be accessed by crawling through a yonic soft sculpture.
Of course, there’s way more:
A property that is said to have hosted Pope John Paul II on his visit to LA in 1987, according to Architectural Digest, is now home to a mirrored ceiling, gold stripper pole, tasseled swing and ankle and wrist restraints, all of which are found in the model’s blush-toned attic pad.
Some of the decorations include a reimagined “goth-glam” fittings, a massive crystal chandelier with a disco ball to make it well, more, and topped off with some breast-inspired ceramic sculpture by designer Jonathan Adler.
However, the fun and excess do not aim to overshadow the house’s basic functions:
“It still feels like a home,” she insisted. “There’s a proper dining room and living room and a great kitchen.”
Either way, a house needing to be a house has not stopped Delevingne from creating “a kind of journey” where “the deeper in you go, the more treasures you discover.”
Is this Alice In Wonderland?
Her aesthetic is maddening but we are here for it.
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