By Ruth Doherty
Kanye West is known for his love of minimalist design, and his former Hollywood Hills home shows off a pared-back style ideal for the star's interiors taste.
The singer owned the home from 2003 to 2017 and it boasts a Tulum-worthy modern rustic aesthetic.
The compound has an organic, smooth appeal thanks to its contemporary Venetian plaster walls, and warmth and texture are added with rustic reclaimed timber stools, wooden flooring, fluffy rugs, and house plants.
All of the rooms offer unobstructed views over Downtown LA all the way to the ocean. The living room ideas are perfect for a performer, with a piano nestled next to the cozy linen sofas.
The dining room ideas are kept laid back and earthy with a picture window bringing the outside in.
The kitchen is similarly minimalistic, with a sleek breakfast bar enhanced by pots and objet, and a statement linear chandelier.
The home office features a large rustic old table and oversized lamp, while a chaise longue offers the perfect spot for a scenery-soaking break.
The four bathrooms offer the contemporary, clean-lined finish with a nod to some lovely farmhouse bathroom ideas, including reclaimed wooden benches and wicker baskets.
And when it's time to drink in the blue skies and Californian sunshine, there's a number of stylish decks offering chic outdoor living.
The home is listed for $3,699,000 with Compass.
Where does Kanye West live now?
Kanye West recently spent $57.3m on a concrete beach house in Malibu designed by Tadao Ando, according to Dirt.
He also owns a sprawling ranch in Wyoming, two condos in New York, and a condo in Calabasas.
Ruth Doherty is an interiors writer who has worked for Homes & Gardens and Ideal Home magazines among many others.
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