Step Inside Kendall Jenner's Delightfully Cozy and Low-Key Los Angeles Home
We finally got a full look inside Kendall Jenner's newly redesigned home, and phew, was it worth the wait! The supermodel is the cover star for Architectural Digest's September Style issue, and she told the publication all the details about her cozy Los Angeles abode. Kendall spent the past year revamping the house alongside designers Kathleen and Tommy Clements and Waldo Fernandez, creating a peaceful escape far removed from the hustle and bustle. "My life involves a lot of chaos and travel and high energy, so I wanted a home that feels serene, a place where I can simply zone out and relax," the 24-year-old told AD.
Kendall totally transformed the space to make it her own. She turned two bedrooms into a fitting room and nearby glam room, the latter of which she's dubbed her "Hannah Montana room." Meanwhile, an area that originally served as a home theater is now an art studio where Kendall paints in her free time — while wearing a personalized apron, natch. Most of Kendall's house adheres to a neutral, earthy color palette, with her carefully chosen art pieces offering pops of color throughout.
A few other highlights? Her bed is absolutely enormous and cloud-like, she's got a shiny golden bathtub in the master bathroom, and the first thing you see upon entering her home is one of artist James Turrell's iconic, glimmering wall sculptures. Keep reading for a close-up look at these and more details inside Kendall's artsy, tranquil hideaway.