Kat Von D shared a look inside her at-home recording studio in a TikTok video on Wednesday.
The clip was filmed at her California mansion, which she's attempting to sell for $10.95 million.
The room is filled with Victorian-era furniture, pink velvet drapes, and multiple keyboards.
The tattoo artist and musician shared a TikTok video on Wednesday that was filmed inside her Los Angeles mansion — specifically in its plush, pink recording studio.
The clip starts outside the room, first showing a dark-wood door with gold hardware and a pink tassel hanging from it. She then steps inside to reveal pink velvet drapes, Victorian-era lamps, a rosy chair, and black vases full of peonies.
There's also a large piano, multiple keyboards, and recording equipment in the space.
@katvond Details from my pink recording studio 💘 #katvond #casavond #victorianhouse ♬ I Am Nothing - Kat Von D
The vintage-inspired room is one of many in the California house, which Von D is currently attempting to sell for $10.95 million.
The property is also home to 11 bedrooms, ornate bathrooms, an antique library, a blood-red pool, and more.
Von D purchased the home for $6.5 million in 2016 and renovated it over the course of six years. She first listed it for sale in January with a $15 million price tag, and then discounted it to $12.5 million before reaching its current price.
The property also has a rich history that extends beyond Von D.
According to the Los Angeles Times, it was originally built in the Westlake neighborhood by the American businessman Isaac Newton Van Nuys. The outlet reported that it was moved to its current location in Windsor Square by his son J. Benton Van Nuys in 1914.
Lucy Dahl, a screenwriter and the daughter of Roald Dahl, then purchased the property in 1998 before selling it to Von D.
The controversial artist revealed in December 2020 that she's selling the mansion because she's eager to leave California, a state that she said has "terrible policies, tyrannical government overreach, ridiculous taxing," and "so much more corruption."
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