5 interior design lessons from Beyonce's Tiffany ad house

Esteemed architect Zoltan Pali designed the Bel Air hilltop haven that plays host to the jewelry label's latest campaign

Beyonce's Tiffany ad house in Bel Air
(Image credit: Matthew Momberger)

The property that acts as the backdrop to the new Tiffany advert starring Beyonce and Jay-Z is currently on the market for $42 million. 

The Los Angeles home, designed by Californian architect Zoltan Pali recently gained global adoration after the advert debuted during the 2021 Emmy Awards broadcast. The power couple is captured at the piano singing Breakfast at Tiffany's Moon River – while Beyonce wears the iconic 128.54-karat Tiffany Diamond. 

While we were, of course, lusting over the diamonds in the ad, we were equally yearning at the interiors that will the mansion's interiors that do the architectural features justice. Here are five modern decor ideas you can mirror in your home. 

1. Stylize storage with open shelving 

Beyonce's Tiffany ad house in Bel Air

(Image credit: Matthew Momberger)

Storage is not conventionally the most stylish element of your decor, but this house is a reminder that it should be. Rather than hiding your books and accessories behind a door, choose open shelving that leaves nothing to the imagination. 

This exposed shelf is a stylish storage idea for every room – but the best place to begin is your living room – where your favorite belongings can make the statement they deserve. 

2. Flirt with the invisible kitchen trend 

Beyonce's Tiffany ad house in Bel Air

(Image credit: Matthew Momberger)

The art of invisible kitchens is a favorite amongst interior enthusiasts – and this house epitomizes the trend that you're about to see everywhere. This modern kitchen idea may sound mysterious – but the style is not as futuristic as it may initially seem. 

While it does not involve turning your kitchen into an entirely invisible space – the trend allows your space to feel more discreet through sleek cabinets and a maintained color scheme that mirrors the rest of your home – as demonstrated above. 

3. Follow the rules of beige  

Beyonce's Tiffany ad house in Bel Air

(Image credit: Matthew Momberger)

From the neutral tones in the invisible kitchen to the subtle hue that fills the living room – Zoltan Pali's masterpiece is an exemplary maze of beige. But what is the secret to these colors' success? 

According to designer Kelly Hoppen, the key to making beige work in a contemporary scheme is found in the 'rule of four' which involves experimenting with four different shades of beige by using different textures. Here, the home showcases the secret by combining beige hues through different materials. From the sofa to the painted walls – this is how you do beige, the Beyonce-approved way. 

4. Play with abstract shapes  

Beyonce's Tiffany ad house in Bel Air

(Image credit: Matthew Momberger)

Abstract shapes have never fallen out of fashion, but these monochromatic shapes have added a modern twist to this (already) contemporary trend. Here, the hallway creates contrast by combining the black and white scheme with abstract shapes that will make an impression on all who pass through the space. 

This is the hallway idea that will ensure the first room of your home is the one that people will struggle to forget.  

5. Use your bath as a freestanding focal point  

Beyonce's Tiffany ad house in Bel Air

(Image credit: Matthew Momberger)

Functionality can be stylish, as the exposed shelving shows. However, this idea continues from the living room – and into the bathroom. 

In this space, one of the most functional features of all is a striking focal point that crowns the room and provokes us all to invest in a tub that is stylish enough to make a statement. This modern bathroom idea celebrates fashion and multifunctionality at its finest. 

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Megan Slack
Megan Slack

Megan is a News Writer across Future Plc's Homes titles. She has a background in national newspapers in the UK and has experience in fashion and travel journalism, which she previously practised whilst living in Paris and New York City. Her adoration for these fashion capitals means she particularly loves writing about contemporary styles and trends for Livingetc.