The fashion mogul and his wife, Dee, called on designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard to create a polychrome palace for vibrant art and eclectic furnishings in their Miami residence
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The rear façade of the house.
Fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger and his wife, Dee, relax in the living room of their Miami-area home, which was decorated by Martyn Lawrence Bullard.
Keith Haring sculpture invigorates the poolside terrace, which is paved in Ann Sacks travertine and furnished with Richard Schultz seating by Knoll; the pool and hot tub are lined in Bisazza tile.
A Marc Sijan sculpture of a security guard stands next to a Keith Haring door panel; the work reflected on the far wall is by Marc Quinn.
Willy Rizzo–style acrylic stools, cushioned in Mongolian lamb's wool, gather around the kitchen's Caesarstone island; the Robert Sonneman chandelier is 1970s, the cabinetry and hood are by Aran Cucine, the ovens and coffeemaker are by Miele, and the cooktop is by Gaggenau.
Another Andy Warhol–Jean-Michel Basquiat collaboration presides over the dining room, where vintage Paul Evans chairs from Craig Van Den Brulle are grouped with an Evans-inspired table; the custom-made rug is by Kyle Bunting.
In the breakfast area, Vik Muniz's ode to Elizabeth Taylor is mounted near a bespoke Willy Rizzo table encircled by vintage Laverne chairs from JF Chen.
A work by Jean Dubuffet is displayed in Tommy's office, whose walls are covered in faux-suede fabrics by Robert Allen and Kravet.
An Andy Warhol Mickey Mouse print is installed in one of the children's rooms, where the walls are striped with a Benjamin Moore red and the bed is upholstered in a Manuel Canovas fabric; the adjoining bath has a scratch-and-sniff banana wall covering by Flavor Paper.
A Warhol "Flowers" work hangs in a guest room that's decked out in a dotted wall treatment devised by Martyn Lawrence Bullard and painted in a Benjamin Moore yellow.
Dee's bath has a Kallista tub, a Caesarstone tub surround and counters, and Flux Studios floor tile.
An Andy Warhol silkscreen of Mick Jagger is featured in Tommy's bath. The sink is by Kallista, the wall at right is clad in a Martyn Lawrence Bullard for Schumacher wall covering, and the floor is paved with glass tile by WalkOn Tile.
A series of Marilyn Monroe photographs by Bert Stern highlights the master bedroom. The Paul Evans four-poster, Willy Rizzo cocktail table, and Vladimir Kagan sofa are all vintage, the bed's throw-pillow fabric and the sofa's upholstery are by Schumacher, and the Mongolian lamb's-wool throw and carpet are by Aga John Oriental Rugs.