Published on October 11, 2019

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Justin Bieber and Hailey Bieber (formerly Baldwin) don’t need a realtor to sell their house in Los Angeles. The couple, who recently returned to the West Coast after a second star-studded wedding in South Carolina, is using a different strategy: social media. 

“I think I want to sell my home in Beverly Hills who wants it,” the singer wrote on Instagram this weekend below a photo of a sprawling, sunken living room with an oversized sectional. At first, it looked like the “Love Yourself” artist was giving a tour of the place—the newlyweds just purchased the 6,132-square-foot property for $8.5 million this year, after all—but then he rose the stakes. “I’ll sell it with all the furniture,” he added in another photo. “Make an offer.” 

 

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If you’re planning on taking Bieber up on it, your number doesn’t need to be as high as you’d think. Despite the singer’s fancy art collection (KAWS plush toys in glass boxes line the bottom of the stairs and an “I Love You!” print by Denis Bloch hangs over the couch), the pair’s furnishings are mostly on the affordable side. We tracked down a few of the items that would be part of the deal: 

The Lighting

Two woven rattan pendants accentuate the living room’s soaring ceilings, but they would look equally great over a kitchen island or suspended above nightstands.

The Coffee Table

For a couple that takes their bling seriously (Baldwin’s engagement ring reportedly cost $500,00), we were pleasantly surprised to learn that this marble-and-brass piece rings in under $1,500.

The Wallpaper

Bieber channeled the Beverly Hills Hotel’s iconic banana leaf wallpaper by covering the staircase leading to the wine cellar in the same print. 

The Pillow

There is no shortage of playful details in the house, but this flower cushion created by Takashi Murakami for MoMA has to be our favorite way to spruce up a standard throw pillow arrangement. 

The Rug 

In the reflection of the shiny brass table, the couple’s 100-percent wool rug’s geometric motif seems to go on for infinity. 

The question is: Will this auction of sorts actually go through?

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