Fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger recently offered a look into his Miami home for the pages of Architectural Digest, in which he says that if something is “not shagadelic or groovy, it’s not coming into this house.”

Hilfiger and wife Dees share the home, which boasts 14,000-square foot and is surrounded by palm trees and a tranquil pool.

The 2007 modern and funky-looking pad had to have color to display their extensive art collection that had long been held in storage — inclduing pieces by Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring, Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin, and others.

The work of Los Angeles designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard, the interior was inspired by the rhythms and colors of Miami. “Tommy and Dee obviously have an incredible sense of fashion, so my job was to translate their vision into interior spaces that feel vibrant and compelling,” Bullard told the mag. “Together, we conceived the house as part art gallery and part 1960s–’70s disco madness.”

Take a look at the photos here, and to see more, check out the digital edition of the mag at ArchitecturalDigest.com.