Alex Pall has years of experience in the world of art before The Chainsmokers became a household name and this is made evident in his intriguing Hollywood home. The house itself can best be described as eclectic with renovations that span the decades but still include the charm of the original 1930’s build. When Alex Pall hired interior designer Peti Lau to help decorate his expansive home he wanted to highlight the charm that was already present in the home and this is exactly what she did.
Before Peti Lau began her work in the home Alex Pall had already begun the process of incorporating his taste by purchasing vivid jungle themed wallpaper and an orange velvet couch for his luxurious living room. Peti Lau was happy to be able to incorporate the expansive collection of modern art that Alex Pall had amassed that keeps growing into the project. Prior to his notable success in The Chainsmokers, Alex Pall had been working in a gallery of art in New York City. While he enjoyed the position he knew that his passion for making music was stronger.
The bedroom designed for Alex Pall by Peti Lau combines the industrial feel of the architecture with the coziness of a chalet in the countryside. The tiles on the sloping ceilings were painted white while the walls were plastered and painted to give the appearance of a European home.
Alex Pall has made himself the success that he is today through working with Drew Taggart as The Chainsmokers. The Chainsmokers continuously release hits that fans all around the globe can’t get enough of and they aren’t going to be stopping any time soon. While their upcoming album is set to be released later this year, their premiere studio album Memories… Do Not Open is still running strong on the Billboard Dance charts as the third longest-running number 1 album of all time in the genre. Their music mixes catchy dance beats with hard-hitting lyrics that affect and speak to their millions of fans on a personal level instead of just speaking to the part mentality of today.