wiz khalifa house tour architectural digest

Architectural Digest has a new video series segment dubbed, Open Door, as it invites you to take an exclusive, in-depth look at popular celebrity homes, taking us through the design techniques and innovations that make each home unique.

In this latest episode of Open Door, rapper Wiz Khalifa takes AD on a tour of his $4.6 million home located in the Sherman Oaks section of Los Angeles.

The Mediterranean-style residence is shared with his 5-year-old son Sebastian, and prioritizes privacy, “I don’t bring people to my house,” Wiz explains. In this exclusive first-look at the wonderful abode, Wiz reveals that he pays a staggering $16,000 USD per month in rent, and the six-bedroom house is highlighted with a dab bar, weed wall, heated pool, recording studio and a gumball machine.

Furthermore, the interior of the house is primarily accented with blue, along with hints of black and yellow specifically for his game room in honor of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Additionally, the aesthetic throughout focuses on luxe fabrics and materials when it comes to the furniture, custom created at Marso Studio, while the walls are well-decorated with Wiz Khalifa’s art collection, along with personal photos of Khalifa’s own. Additionally, he concludes the tour by showcasing his collection of old-school cars.

Check it all out in the featured video above.

In other amazing homes, Frank Lloyd Wright’s historic Ennis House is on sale for $23 million.

Words by Renz Ofiaza
Staff Writer

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