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Step Inside Supermodel Kendall Jenner’s LA Home

Today we are taking a glimpse inside the exquisite abode of 24-year-old supermodel Kendall Jenner. Her LA retreat is both tranquil and inviting; a magical home filled with a bohemian style.

When mother and son design duo, Kathleen and Tommy Clements, plus Waldo Fernandez, found out their next superstar client, was none other than Kendall Jenner, they didn’t know what to expect. Instead of a ‘flashy’ style however, Kendall revealed a more bohemian and funky look which differed from the rest of her family. For the design team, this came as a pleasant surprise.

The house exudes a peaceful and bright energy, full of big windows that fill all the spaces with light. Being surrounded by nature you can’t stop but feel calm.

The home feels welcoming and lived-in and Kendall opted for design choices that resonated with her. She explained that she wanted the home to be a reflection of who she is. In the living room, a huge fireplace takes centre stage. The living room perhaps best epitomizes the young model’s predilection for warm, organic textures, earthy tones, and eminently comfortable furnishings. With this cozy fireplace anchoring one end of the space, two broad sofas, stacked with a range of pillows in vintage textiles, creates a calm and inviting space to entertain family and friends.

In contrast to the subdued palette of the furniture and finishes, Kendall Jenner’s collection of contemporary art—which includes works by Barbara Kruger, Richard Prince, Raymond Pettibon, and Sterling Ruby—adds some serious jolts of colour to the mix. Just off the entry, a signature James Turrell ovoid wall sculpture, animated by shifting, computer-programmed LED lights, greets visitors with a dreamy chromatic display.

While Kendall loves having a rustic but clean LA aesthetic in her home, it was important to her to have little eclectic touches (such as interesting fabric cushions) to tie in the place together with her colourful wall art and add personality to each room.

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Source: Architectural Digest
Photography By William Abranowicz


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