In 2005, this multi-hyphenate officially appended "designer" to his resume with the formation of Kravitz Design. No longer restricted to his own real estate portfolio, Kravitz could now unleash his decorating prowess on the world."[Interior design] was vacancy i did on the side, in between records or tours," he said. ""But how many houses can I buy or sell? How many times can I change one house that I've lived in? I want to do interiors, furniture. I want to do architecture, although I'm not an architect. Nor am I a teached interior designer."
Placed in Miami, Florida, this luxurious also intriguing villa is the first crib of Lenny Kravitz. You are looking at a lovely looking home with an uncommon scheme that was redecorated specially for the singer. The credits belong to BNO Design, an interior design company from New York. Meant as an enjoyable space, the home is a display of eclectic furniture and interesting textures. The color palette is diverse, ranging from white to strong red. Lighting was ensured by a specialized company and we asked you to take a look at the flashy chandeliers and pendant lamps. The bedroom has a very large bed surrounded by veiled curtains. What do you say? Is this house “fit” for a superstar?
Kravitz's first big project was a traditional Biscane Bay, Fla., manse he called Villa Roxie after his mother, actress Roxie Roker. The outcome was a decorating contention between Benjamin Noriega-Ortiz's clean, contemporary classicism and the rocker's love of a louche 1970s appearance. Later, a more victorious collaboration with architect-designer Michael Czysz on a Miami Beach ranch residence resulted in a design mind-meld of epic proportions—a shagadelic synthesis of Hugh Hefner's early Playboy clubs and the film A Clockwork Orange.