Still, Iggy and her man Nick Young are finally getting settled into the home and while Selena obviously had her own style, Iggy is making it her own.
"I've been decorating it," she tells GQ about her new pad. "I'd say it's a traditional East Coast/Hamptons–style house. That's the kind of vibe I think the house has. Like, contemporary and still usable. I just bought a Patrick Nagel original painting for my house the other day, so it's very homey, but I have some cool artwork that makes it seem like it's not as old-lady-ish."
Yeah, we can't picture Iggy doing anything that seems remotely old lady-ish. Speaking of which, does the home have the same edgy, modern style that the singer has on stage? Not exactly.
"With my house, I want it to feel calm and warm and different, but onstage I really tend to go a lot bolder, brighter, and crazy, aesthetically," she told the mag. "I want it to be more stimulating than I would a house, you know what I mean? Like, with the tour, I just really like color blocking-loud, just obnoxious-type visual things."
Also, unlike her stage persona, Iggy reveals that she's actually pretty mellow at home, saying she likes to chill out, watch TV and cook just like anybody else.
So, what's her favorite dish? "My absolute number one favorite thing to cook is chicken teriyaki," she says. "My grandma taught me how to make it. I left home when I was 16, and it's the one thing I really enjoy. I put so much soy sauce and chicken broth in the thing and make it so potent that nobody else could possibly enjoy it! But it's just the way I like it."
And that's all that matters...well, unless Nick doesn't like it, because now that they're living together, whoever cooks dinner on any given night is making dinner for two!