Inside Kendall Jenner’s Cozy L.A. Hideaway | Open Door | Architectural Digest

Today fashion model Kendall Jenner welcomes AD for a tour of her tranquil Los Angeles home. Kendall oversaw a year-long rework of the space, working in tandem with designers Kathleen and Tommy Clements and the inimitable Waldo Fernandez. Just off the entry, a signature James Turrell ovoid wall sculpture greets guests with a dreamy chromatic display, the very first of many personal artistic accents woven throughout her home. In the TV room, a Cloud Sofa from Restoration Hardware has been reupholstered in somewhat harsher fabric to better match the organic vibe. “I am truly proud of what we achieved here.” says Kendall. “This is the very first home I’ve done totally, and I think it is an authentic mirrored image of who I am and what I like.”

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Inside Kendall Jenner’s Cozy L.A. Hideaway | Open Door | Architectural Digest


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  2. D is for Dwight

  3. I know we all know we want to live there or with her

  4. this gave me peace

  5. Cool as. Very nice house, well maintained with beautiful touches everywhere. Hope you have a peaceful time there always. Best wishes.

  6. she is so cool wasent expecting that

  7. The Joke is if every Human get the Same Chance ….

  8. Wow. Not at all what I expected; truthfully , thought I’d see, at least, a bit of garishness and a lot of modern, shiny things (hey, I like certain modern, shiny things!) but this decor is very tasteful, cozy and warm (with the exception of the neon sign in the bedroom sitting room; not my taste). And, this young lady is really quite charming. Nice.

  9. p e r f e c t

  10. Yeah now’s a good time to show off your house when millions of Americans can be without a house

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