Whether you're a fan of Kris Jenner, or simply just a sucker for spectacular Christmas decorations, you're not going to believe your eyes when you see how she decorated her home this holiday season. The Kardashian matriarch recently opened her doors for Architectural Digest, walking us through her Calabasas, CA, home, which could easily be confused for Santa's workshop. Kris teamed up with famed designer Jeff Leatham to help make her "Kandyland Chic" vision a reality.
She explained that one of the hardest parts of decorating her home for the holidays is picking the theme for the tree, "because that sets the tone for the entire house." But for Kris and Jeff, that was just the start. It took almost 24 hours to light the entire tree, carefully wrapping all the lights around the branches and covering it with beautiful peppermint swirl ornaments.
Because there's no snow in their California neighborhood, Jeff decided to switch things up with a white sculpture atop the fireplace in one of Kris's living rooms. Unlike garland, which they have used in the past, the art installation is something that can be kept in the room even after the holidays . . . Plus, it's adorable! But the decoration that Kris is most excited about is something that the United States has yet to see: her beautiful red bear. The customized red polar bear, named "Christmas," was delivered from Paris and created especially for Kris's jaw-dropping entryway. It's made of red metal and glass, and it's definitely one of our favorite aspects of her holiday home.
Watch the video above and prepare to be mesmerized by Kris's jaw-dropping Christmas decorations, and then, check out these ideas for shaking up your holiday decor.