Inside the homes of the most iconic rock stars

The furnishings, decor and colors of the interior can tell you a lot about a person. However, sometimes houses are completely different from their extravagant owners. Well, let’s take a look at the intricacies of real estate and see how rock stars actually live.

Marilyn Manson

Good news for all Marilyn Manson fans, as his home is now available for purchase. The musician has put his fortress in the Hollywood Hills up for sale. Anyone wishing to purchase the property can do so for no more than $2 million. Probably many people expected to see a Gothic-style interior or at least a dungeon in the basement from such a rocker, but unfortunately, the house looks like a real Mediterranean-style family nest.

Comfort plays a key role when it comes to decorating a home, even if it’s a rock star’s home. Celebrities always opt for natural high-quality materials in their interiors and turn to the best furniture manufacturers, which is PARASOL. The company specializes in the production of outdoor furniture only from first-class materials such as rattan and teak wood, that are waterproof and will serve for many years. It is important to consider that the outdoor furniture like outdoor bench or bar furniture fits not only the exterior but can withstand all the caprices of the climate.

Ozzy Osbourne

Former leader of the iconic Black Sabbath band Ozzy Osbourne lives in a home in suburban Los Angeles with a spectacular view over the city and nearby mountains. The interiors of the six bedrooms, ten bathrooms, gym, library, music studio, home theater, pool and spa are the work of the musician’s wife Sharon Osbourne and designer Martyn Lawrence-Bullard, whose portfolio also includes the interior design of homes of such celebrities as Elton John and Cher.

Mick Jagger

Mick Jagger’s house in the bohemian neighborhood of Paris has an atmospheric glam-rock with the elements of discrete classics. Mid-20th century furniture, antiques and art objects were all important in creating the interior for the Rolling Stones frontman, including an array of complex shades of neoclassical ceilings and vaults that must look equally spectacular not only by day, but also at night as the most rock-and-roll time of day.

Gene Simmons

The bass player of the band KISS, Gene Simmons, owns a huge mansion in Beverly Hills. Gene himself declares that he really likes a lot of space, and that he has invested a solid fortune in the house, although it is far from being the only expensive thing for a guitar player to entertain in. The musician also prefers to invest finances not in diamonds or gold, but in Marvel Comics collector’s editions, and not at all for pleasure, but for commercial purposes.

Lenny Kravitz

Literally a former coffee farm now serves as Lenny’s residence in Brazil. The musician immediately realized that he was ready to go to Brazil, to buy a house and start up a farm. He bought a suburban homestead, which he fell in love with at first sight, and immersed himself in repairs. The property is encircled by mountains and hidden deep in a forest. The celebrity has a roughly 1,000-acre estate with guest homes, a recording studio, a gym, a pool area, and farmland. Kravitz said that he was solely responsible for the design and that it was fully improvised, just the same when composing music.

Saul Hudson

After buying the 11,000-square-foot mansion in Beverly Hills, California, the Guns N’ Roses guitarist spent six months renovating the house to create his own added basement clubhouse and other eccentric touches. Slash and his ex-wife, Perla Hudson, had owned the home for six years, putting it up for sale in 2015, shortly after their separation.

We hope you enjoyed our little excursion into the homes of famous musicians, now you can get some inspiration from the interiors of your favorite artists when doing renovations at home.