Last month, Kendall Jenner opened the doors to Architectural Digest and gave a tour around her LA mansion set in Beverly Hills, and it didn’t disappoint. In fact, the style of her home came as quite a surprise to many. Her design team – the mother-and-son duo Kathleen and Tommy Clements and AD100 designer Waldo Fernandez – spoke about how they were expecting her to gravitate towards something more va-va-voom, but rather the mood that Kendall described was totally understated and down-to-earth. Despite the undeniable flashes of luxury, the home’s overall vibe is very cosy and inviting, acting as a calm refuge from her busy world of modelling: “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”. Kendall’s predilection for warm, organic textures, earthy tones and eminently comfortable furnishings is perhaps most evident in the living room and master bedroom. With a warm, minimal, subdued palette, a range of vintage textiles, sheepskin textures and earthy, rustic furniture these rooms epitomise her laid-back, Bohemian-chic style. In contrast to the understated style elsewhere, her en-suite bathroom offers a glimpse into a more opulent room with its marble countertops and tiles, and the pièce de résistance – a brass free-standing bathtub by Catchpole & Rye – anchoring the space in the centre of the room.
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