Lionel Richie’s 28 Room House in Beverly Hills – Lets first tell you something more about who Lionel Richie is before we take a look at his 28 (!) room house. He is a very famous American singer, songwriter, composer, multi-intrumentalist, record producer and actor. He had his biggest success in the music industry durting the mid-80’s, thanks to his unique songs and voice. Nowadays you’ll see him on American TV as a judge in the talent show American Idol.
Let’s now start our house tour through Lionel Richie‘s big house in Berverly Hills. Don’t get lost, because, with 28 rooms, it’s not easy to find your way in it. We are starting today in the classic mid-century living room of the American superstar. There’s no doubt that this classic living room design is very luxurious and that the materials are just exquisite. However, there’s something missing…a chandelier. The living room is unique and luxurious, why not add a touch of extra glamour to the room with a NAICCA chandelier?
The next room we’ll be visiting in Lionel Richie‘s huge house is the master bedroom. Just like the living room, it’s without a doubt very classic mid-century. What we like the most about this room is that it is very open and that it isn’t as big as we would expect for somebody who has a house of so many rooms. It suits, however, his personality because he’s known as somebody very down to hearth. (It doesn’t explain the huge house, but we get it). So, take a look at this lovely bedroom!
The last room, well it’s not actually a room, that we want to show you is outside. As Lionel Richie likes nature, we’re going to take a look at the exterior of this huge house.
There you go, here you got a sneak peek into some of the 28 rooms of Lionel Richie‘s huge mansion in Beverly Hills. Down here you’ll find some other amazing rooms that we want to show you.
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