Troye Sivan's sunny Melbourne home combines the retro vibes of the '70s with a blend of modern art that would definitely make this one of the coolest Airbnb's around — if it were on the market. The singer recently gave Architectural Digest a tour of the Victorian-era home and showed off a few of the ways he's made it his own. He also revealed the "dream home" was formerly a brick factory and a handball court before architect John Mockridge renovated it in the '70s, giving it the textured woodgrain walls, lofted cork board ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows and angular design it has today.
"I've always worshipped the idea of home," Troye captioned a post on Instagram. "I wrote my first album when i left Perth at 18 and have longed for that feeling ever since. Always felt torn between special places and people, but not feeling like i really belonged in any of the environments i found myself in — until now, when i feel like i needed it most." Vintage decor, unique art pieces, and soft lighting add a tranquil yet artistic energy to the home, balanced out by the beauty of the oasis-like courtyard. Take a full tour of Troye's house here.