Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo’s Low Furniture Brings Dance Party Vibes to Their Space

published Aug 31, 2021
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Earlier this month, Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo welcomed Architectural Digest readers into their ranch-style Pacific Palisades home. In the Open Door video AD filmed for the September issue, Levine and Prinsloo first showed off their living room, which features a collection of furniture that has one thing in common — it’s all super low to the ground. 

“We’re huge fans of the Clements Design, who did the house with us,” Levine said in the video. “And the furniture is very Clements-y — that’s not really a word. It’s kind of all super low to the ground.”

The low-profile furniture includes a pair of legless couches, a linen chaise lounge that sits on a flat platform a few inches off the ground (Anthropologie sells something similar), and two coffee tables that are just slabs of black marble on the carpet.

Levine continued, “These super low coffee tables, we think are so cozy and amazing. With little tiny kids, it’s nice because then you don’t have to worry about them smacking their faces against the corners.”

“This is also ground zero for dance parties,” Levine adds of their living space.

Clements Design interiors are filled with pieces that sit low to the ground. The lowness adds a casual factor to design because you really have no choice but to slouch and lounge on the furniture. But the neutral palette and clean lines keeps the room chic and sleek.

So if you’re looking for a way to turn your living room into more of a “dance party” pad, go low with your furniture. The less leggy the better — at least, according to Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo.