When Reza Farahan, Adam Neely, and the rest of the Shahs of Sunset crew headed to Palm Springs for the couple's surprise wedding, viewers also got the chance to go inside Reza's swanky, mid-century desert home. Reza and Adam wanted to embrace that time period as much as possible, which means they went all out in making sure it stayed true to its 1970s roots.
"Adam and I were looking for places for a while and then this one popped up and it literally was perfection," Reza told The Daily Dish. "It looked like — the curtains, and the bedspread, and the wallpaper — everything matched. So we made an offer sight unseen, but I told the realtor that I wanted the furniture that was in the house. So that's how it ended up having its palette."
Reza really does have a lot of love for 70's sophistication.
The L.A. real estate agent definitely put on his interior designer hat when it came to making his mark on the pad. While he and Adam were interested in the home's existing decor, they also recently made some personalized tweaks. "We talked about keeping it true to the era, so we wanted to buy stuff from the '70s. Everything in the house, except for the towels and stuff like that, is from the '70s," he said. "There's so many good things in there right now because, actually, since you've seen it [on the show], we've redone it. So it has beautiful new floors. It's insane. I would have to say the dining room chairs are my favorite."
Reza and Adam taking in the sights of their adopted hometown of Palm Springs.
Now that we know why Reza picked out the retro decor for his vintage-inspired home, take a peek inside the Shahs' closets, below.