See Inside Benny Blanco’s Playful L.A. Home — Plus, Where He Makes Girlfriend Selena Gomez’s Favorite Drink

The mega-successful music producer showed off his "kooky" and eclectic Los Angeles home in a tour with Architectural Digest

<p>Selena Gomez/Instagram;Jenna Peffley/Architectural Digest</p> Benny Blanco and Selena Gomez, split with Blanco

Selena Gomez/Instagram;Jenna Peffley/Architectural Digest

Benny Blanco and Selena Gomez, split with Blanco's L.A. living room

Songwriter extraordinaire Benny Blanco is all about personality — especially when it comes to his 1939 Los Angeles house.

In a home tour with Architectural Digest published May 1, Blanco, 36, showed off his colorful, playful L.A. abode, complete with features like custom reupholstered 15-seater couches with crazy designs, 1970s club speakers and art from the likes of Picasso and Martin Wong.

In the nearly 15-minute tour, the music producer shows off his vintage-inspired living room, full of gifts and collectors' items.

<p>Jenna Peffley / Architectural Digest</p> Blanco with his grand piano

Jenna Peffley / Architectural Digest

Blanco with his grand piano

"I just feel like there's so much energy in this room. Oh my God, I sound like one of those people," he says with a laugh. "Oh my God, that's crazy. I'm not one of those people... there's not, like, a crystal up my butt right now."

"I really do believe in, like, energy of, like, artwork and music and places and I dunno, it makes me feel good when I'm in this room and I can kind of just, like, forget about the outside world for a second, and then be flooded with anxiety the second I leave this room," he adds.

<p>Jenna Peffley / Architectural Digest</p> Blanco's living room

Jenna Peffley / Architectural Digest

Blanco's living room

One of his favorite rooms in the house, Blanco says, is his stone white kitchen, full of cookbooks and eclectic decorations.

"Honestly, this is the room we spend the most amount of time in," he says, referencing his upcoming cookbook Open Wide and the many celebrity chefs he's hosted over the years.

Related: Selena Gomez Celebrates Boyfriend Benny Blanco and His New Cookbook with Cute Embrace: 'So Proud'

In another clip, the songwriter, who has worked with artists including Ed Sheeran, Katy Perry, Kesha, Britney Spears, Rihanna, Kanye West, The Weeknd and Justin Bieber over the course of his career, opens up about his relationship with Selena Gomez — and the drink he always makes for her at his vintage-inspired bar station.

"My girlfriend actually only drinks one drink, no matter what," he says of Gomez, 31. "It's just vodka, ginger beer, and lime."

<p>Jenna Peffley / Architectural Digest</p> Blanco's bar station

Jenna Peffley / Architectural Digest

Blanco's bar station

Blanco also goes on to show off his collection of liquors to AD, including homemade amaros that "taste like chocolate," and even his prized possession: a massive custom-built brick pizza oven from Gozney that reads: "Blanco."

"I'm the type of person where, when a friend comes over to my house and they're like, 'Oh, I really love this one amaro,'" he says. "The next time they come, I try to make sure that there's, like, a bottle ice cold waiting for them. And honestly, I either want to be like a gentleman or be like I'm in a frat house and be taking, like, jello shots outta someone's stomach."

Blanco and Gomez publicly confirmed their romance in early December, but have known each other for years before they started dating in June 2023. As early as 2019, they collaborated on the music video for Tainy and J Balvin's song "I Can't Get Enough."

<p>Jenna Peffley / Architectural Digest</p> Outside Blanco's home

Jenna Peffley / Architectural Digest

Outside Blanco's home

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As for his eccentric-yet-comfy L.A. abode, Blanco says he hopes his guests can feel at home despite the crazy design features.

"I know the house is kooky," Blanco acknowledged in the magazine's article about his home. "One time, a friend told me, 'I love coming over to your house because I feel like I can just let go and be my true self.' That’s exactly what I’m going for here."

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