A Look Inside Travis Barker’s Surprisingly Tranquil Calabasas Residence

In just four weeks, Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker completed work on Machine Gun Kelly's new album, Mainstream Sellout, and performed at the Oscars with Reba McEntire.

Before returning to the studio to work on Blackbear's newest release, In Loving Memory, he performed a fiery set with Lenny Kravitz and H.E.R. at the Grammys.

Kourtney Kardashian was married at a Las Vegas chapel by an Elvis impersonator as a "practice" wedding—the couple didn't yet have a license.

Frequently ranked as one of the greatest drummers of all time, the quintessential rock star says, "It was a perfect month."

When Barker needs some downtime to relax with family and friends, his exit off the fast lane leads straight to a surprisingly serene,

understated refuge in Calabasas, which he shares with his three children, Landon and Alabama Barker and Atiana De La Hoya.

Three years ago, in an effort to instill a greater sense of calm and order to the capacious residence he’s owned for 15 years,

At the suggestion of his mother-in-law, Kris Jenner, the musician reached out to the inimitable Waldo Fernandez, a perennial fixture on the AD100

Barker decided it was time for a refresh.