6 Facts About Kris Jenner's Home Life That'll Make You Laugh . . . or Cry
If you watch Keeping Up With the Kardashians, you've seen a lot of what goes on in the Kardashian-Jenner household . . . but apparently, mama Kris still has some secrets! When a reporter for The New York Times spent a day with Jenner, she was surprised by some of the details she observed at the Kardashian matriarch's famed Calabasas, CA, mansion. So forget what you've seen on TV, because these intriguing facts about Jenner's home life will make you laugh — or cry.
She keeps nondisclosure agreements in her front foyer . . . for visitors, of course.
OK, so this fact might not surprise anybody familiar with reality TV, but Jenner is extremely serious about privacy within her house. "On the 18th-century Italian table in the foyer of Kris Jenner's house lay a pile of nondisclosure agreements, ready for anyone who enters to sign," says The New York Times of Jenner's entryway. Considering the Kardashian craze of late, can you blame her?
She uses black toilet paper.
"The bathroom off the foyer is done in black marble, and its toilet paper is black, too," the NYT article describes. A few of Jenner's daughters have complained about the luxury bathroom tissue on the show, but apparently it's there to stay.
She REALLY loves Costco.
"Costco is a passion," Jenner says of the store. "Costco is like a massage. They have the most amazing dog beds . . . don't even get me started." When promoting her cookbook, Jenner even hosted book signings at California Costco locations!
She'll make major home renovations to accommodate a good piece of furniture.
The article describes Jenner's reaction to the problems posed by a new table, which didn't line up properly with her home's lighting fixtures: "A decorator and his assistant stared at the chandeliers with pursed lips and narrowed eyes, and Kris offered them a solution: It might be time to replace the chandeliers."
Organization is her strong point.
Jenner is meticulously organized, and she's no stranger to using a label-maker. According to the Times article, stainless-steel cabinets "line her garage (meticulously organized by holiday and occasion)," and Jenner calls plastic organization bins "my new best friend."
She has custom art that combines her family's faces with iconic Disney movie scenes.
One of the largest art pieces in Jenner's home is a painting by artist (and Lance Bass's husband) Michael Turchin. "It's a collage of magazine covers of Kris and her family, covered by a painting of Snow White eating the poisoned apple," says the NYT piece, adding: "Kris is not afraid of your interpretations."