Looking at his digs, it appears that Elton John has plenty of room for Mona Lisas, Mad Hatters and tiny dancers.
The iconic singer and his partner David Furnish open up the doors to their impressively-designed 1960s Beverly Hills home for Architectural Digest.
The sprawling estate, which was decorated by Martyn Lawrence Bullard, is now home to John’s growing family, sons Zachary, two, and Elijah, who was born in Los Angeles on Jan. 11.
The home offers majestic views of the Pacific Ocean as it sits high atop the Hollywood hills. John and family can enjoy the scenery while lounging on one of many lounge chairs and sofas, or take a dip in the infinity pool.
Custom-made furniture is also featured throughout the home. From Lawson-Fenning coffee tables to built-in bookshelves, the home is a healthy dose of John’s eclectic style mixed with Furnish’s classic taste.
Bold colors mixed with vibrant prints like zebra skins and mongolian fur are showcased throughout the modern living room sitting area. Each room is entirely baby proof, a must-have for the new fathers.
Click through the gallery above to check out all the latest photos of John’s awe-inspiring estate.
No changes are to be made to this player