Justin and Hailey Bieber's home embodies a calming trend that is huge in 2024 in the simplest way possible

The Biebers bring a relaxing and tranquil trend to their home in a subtle and stylish manner

Justin and Hailey Bieber
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Move over quiet luxury, the modern rustic trend is one of the most prolific looks of 2024. Part of the trend's appeal is that it can be evoked with minimal effort, which we see clearly in Justin and Hailey Bieber's home.

In the singer and model power couple's house, a modern rustic look is created with only the ceiling. The Biebers' fifth wall is paneled in reddish, natural wood in a pattern that spirals inward. Variation in color creates an organic motif while the semi-gloss finish helps the wood to appear more contemporary. Using this one simple material, they celebrate this gorgeous interior design trend.

Why is the trend one of the biggest of 2024? In part, because it celebrates a lived-in feel over stark perfection. Nina Lichtenstein, Westchester-based interior designer tells Homes & Gardens: 'The rustic modern trend marries rustic elements with sleek, modern design concepts to create a harmonious balance between raw authenticity and refined elegance.'

She continues, 'More than that, this aesthetic welcomes imperfections by honoring the natural character of materials such as wood, stone, and metal. Perhaps more than any other trend, the rustic modern trend is synonymous with character-driven design.' With their ceiling idea, Justin and Hailey celebrate the varied beauty of these materials.

Nina Lichtenstein
Nina Lichtenstein

Nina Lichtenstein is the founder and principal home designer at her eponymous design studio, based in Westchester, NY. Nina believes that home design should capture a family’s unique spirit by how it serves the family's daily needs while nourishing the soul. She has been celebrated for designing, renovating, and building elegant living spaces. 

Furthermore, the Bieber's rustic decor idea became a trend for its celebration of the outdoor world. Hafsa Burt, founder of hb+a architects, tells H&G: 'Rustic modern look has the semblance of a modern barn, which more and more folks find appealing because of its natural setting.' The wooden ceiling gives the country charm alongside city chicness.

Hafsa Burt
Hafsa Burt

Hafsa Burt, a seasoned architect with 24 years of experience, leads hb+a Architects, a studio she founded in 2006. A graduate of SCAD with a Master of Architecture, her diverse portfolio spans from the San Francisco Airport to multifamily and medical office buildings. As an environmental advocate, she champions carbon-neutral and regenerative building designs, focusing on indoor air quality and eliminating toxins. 

Living room with grand double height ceiling, dark wooden ceiling, large stone chimney and fireplace, wooden balcony, seating area around fireplace, two striped armchairs, cream sofa, dark wood and metal coffee table, black metal chandelier

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She adds: 'Lots of light, unpretentious finishes, exposed wood beams and ceilings, irregular stone walls, and a fireplace all are elements included in a rustic modern interior. This style offers a snug, comfortable, sheltered feeling that people crave in the chaos of modern living.' These natural materials promote feelings of calm and tranquility, which can certainly be felt when looking at the Biebers' space.


Shop the Rustic Modern Edit

Even if you don't have natural wood ceilings in your home, you can bring the warm, naturally calming look of the trend into your home with cozy furniture inspired by nature. This pendant light, stool, and lampshade bring the style with rich texture and striking organic lines.


Though they don't show much of their home online, it's immediately apparent the way the couple uplifts natural material and rustic interiors. Based on its timeless appeal, the Biebers' favorite trend trend will only continue to grow in 2024.

Sophie Edwards
News Editor

I am a London-based News Editor at Homes & Gardens. My interests lie at the intersection of design and popular culture with a particular focus on trends and celebrity homes. Before joining Future, I worked as a Content Writer and Communications Lead for Fig Linens and Home, a luxury linens and home interiors brand based in Fairfield County, CT. I have a BA in Creative Writing from Sarah Lawrence College in New York and an MSc from the Oxford University Department of Anthropology.