Peti Lau, famed interior designer, took full advantage of Alex Pall’s openness to creativity.
Alex Pall is one half of The Chainsmokers, the critically acclaimed production team. Along with Andrew Taggart, Alex Pall has created smash hits such as “Paris,” and “Closer.”
Due to his success in music, Alex Pall was able to purchase an incredible Hollywood home;however, he wanted to make it truly feel like home. That’s when he turned to Peti Lau. They put their heads together and created Pall’s dream home. The house is truly unique. Every room now has its own personality.
Take the living room for example. It has green, black, and white patterned walls. A strange painting of a girl wearing a red robe hangs in the center of one wall. Throw pillows litter the orange couch, which sits on a vibrant patterned rug. The coffee table is equally a bizarre. It is made of wood and knitting yarn.
The dining room is equally refreshing. The centerpiece of the room, the table, is black and surrounded by red lounge chairs. Hanging on the black striped walls are two paintings. Three chandeliers hang from the ceiling just above the table.
Another stand-out in the home is the kitchen, which has been designed to resemble a bar. One of the walls in the kitchen is a white brick wall. A neon sign that reads “amour” hangs from this wall. Everything else in the kitchen is rather normal;however, the bright neon sign illuminates the entire kitchen, coloring it a bright pink.
About Alex Pall
Alex Pall is originally from New York. That’s where he began his career as a DJ. When he was introduced to Andrew Taggart, Pall’s career really began to take off.
In an interview, The Chainsmokers claimed that their chemistry was instantly identifiable. The two of them spent days together, discussing their motivations and musical tastes. The result was hit after hit.
Alex Pall also explained that their fan base wasn’t limited to certain countries. Due to Instagram, Alex Pall is able to see that he has fans all over the world, including places in Asia and Africa.