Tiffani Thiessen is still instantly recognizable as a '90s star, but the actress's life has dramatically changed since she played Kelly Kapowski on NBC's Saved by the Bell and Valerie Malone on Beverly Hills, 90210. The mother of two lives in a light-drenched family home in Los Angeles with husband Brady Smith and children Harper, 6, and Holt, 1.
Images of the 1920s California home reveal an abundance of light that illuminates every room. Bursts of color punctuate the crisp all-white palette, including pomegranate in the bedroom and serene blue in the living room.
Take a look inside Tiffani Thiessen's elegant, light-drenched Los Angeles abode.
The home originally belonged to Jack Warner, the founder of Warner Bros. Studios.
"This home has a ton of history, which translates to a ton of charm in my opinion," says Thiessen of its 1920s heritage.
"We have been remodeling the house since we moved in over 11 years ago. Little by little. I love the California aesthetic when it comes to decorating. The feeling of being eclectic and easygoing," she says.
Thiessen collaborated with designer Kim Lewis on some areas of the home.
Thiessen made the transition from actress to TV host and launched a new Cooking Channel series, Dinner at Tiffani's, last year.