Get Inside: Welcome to Demi Lovato’s Trippy Modern Farmhouse
With six bedrooms and seven bathrooms spread across 8,500 square feet, this Studio City modern farmhouseprovided the blank canvas that Demi Lovato had always dreamed about. From the glam room to a pup play area, the star’s indoor-outdoor space is all about good vibes. Come with us on a tour of Demi Lovato’s trippy modern farmhousein another edition of Get Inside!
The entrywayevokes a calm energy with a scarce number of objects. Untitled RL032 by Ko Kirk Yamahira hangs above an Ekstrem chair. A curvaceous vase is placed on the Italia travertine table with a black Alvar Aalto stool. An Ettore doorstop by Magis can be spotted in the corner.
“I was in a place where I wanted everything in my house to be super trippy,” Demi Lovato says. “I wanted it to be kind of psychedelic and super vibey, but I also wanted it to have good hosting energy for when I have people over.”
Lovato admits that she doesn’t spend much time in the reception room but wanted it to be dramatic since it’s the first room people see when they walk into the modern house. A Tentazione sofa by Mario Bellini in yellow velvet, Tulip stools by Eero Saarinen, and LCW chairs by Eames for Herman Miller in a black finish can all be seen. A Saber rug from House of Hackney is on the floor.
Argyle Studio incorporated fish and seashells into the dining room decorto create an underwater ambiance. A leopard print rug from Safavieh can be spotted under the Warren Platner dining set. A six-globe chandelier from Entler Studio hangs from the ceiling.
The living room features a Desede DS-600 Nonstop sofa, MR20 armchairs by Mies van der Rohe, D’urbino and Lomazzi Piumino lounge chairs, and a set of nesting tables by Gianfranco Frattini for Cassina. The bonsai coffee table is by Willy Daro.
A set of Azalea mink bar stools from CB2 can be seen at the island, with Scraplights by Graypants hanging from above.
Lovato refers to this corner of the kitchen, with a set of Mario Bellini chairs and a Tulip table by Eero Saarinen, as the breakfast nook. A painting by Lillian Martinez is mounted on the wall, which is covered in Gucci’s Lilies wallpaper. This iridescent pendant from Petite-Friture is a nod to the psychedelic effects sprinkled throughout the space.
Lovato spends a lot of time getting ready in the glam room. Argyle Studio sourced a Curvy mirror from Gustaf Westman, Ribbon chair by Pierre Paulin, Togo sofa by Michel Ducaroy for Ligne Roset, and Kashmir rug by Cape Original.
The star strikes a pose on the Ribbon chair in the corner of their glam room.
“Myfavorite room in the house has been and probably will always be the Shroom Room,” Lovato says. “It’s such a fun experience when you walk into it and spend time in it.”
The powder room feels majestic thanks to its Phantasia wallpaper from House of Hackney, which puts clouds of mushrooms and dragons on display.
A Barcelona-style daybed is stationed in front of a Damien Hirst painting and a Vladimir Kagan lamp in this hallway, where guests have a stunning view of the Seashell pendant chandelier by Verner Panton. Lovato is particularly obsessed with this painting, Summer Volleyball, by Monica Kim Garza.
Bell and Drew’s vision for the primary bedroom was whimsical, with an “ethereal heaven-type feel to it” and a touch of rock and roll. They sourced a Cleopatra Chaise Lounge by Geoffrey D. Harcourt RDI for Artifort and a pair of Beluga chairs by Atra to match the custom bed platform.
Lovato wanted the primary bathroomto be very zen, which was achieved thanks to pieces like an opalescent chandelier by Carlo Nason. “It was really important to me to have an area that I could really, really relax in,” Lovato notes. Custom ottoman upholstered in House of Hackney’s Tigre velvet.
Lovato refers to this room as her “overflow closet,” where she keeps stuff that “I don’t actually wear, but I don’t know what to do with it.”
If the Murano glass chandelier dangling from the ceiling doesn’t make it obvious, the studio design takes inspiration from crystals. “The studio is my place where I create, it’s my little safe haven, and I wanted it to be comfortable and zen, and fun and creative at the same time,” Lovato says. A pair of velvet Eero Saarinen executive chairs and an upholstered stitch stool by Eny Lee Parker are placed around a rug from Cold Picnic.
Lovato’s beloved Yorkipoos are living their best lives in the five-star puppy lounge. “It’s completely netted, so that they can go out there anytime they want and feel totally safe,” she adds.
On the patio, a set of pink Roly Poly chairs by Faye Toogood are set around a glass table with a brass base; it is one of Lovato’s go-to breakfast spots.
“I take a lot of meetings there—a lot of brainstorming has come from those two couches,” Lovato says about this pair of CB2 love seats on the patio.
Lovato’s favorite feature in the backyard is the theater screen that pulls down so she can watch movies outside from wherever she wants. “You can watch them from the bed, from inside the hot tub, or in the pool, and it’s a really cool vibe,” she adds.