Kenya Moore's Real Housewives of Atlanta castmates threw a ton of shade at her new home during the Season 9 premiere, suggesting that she hosted the housewarming party a little too early since the abode wasn't exactly complete.
When The Daily Dish caught up with Kenya in mid-November, Moore Manor was still not 100 percent finished, but it was pretty darn close. "I have company coming in for Thanksgiving, so that'll be the first time somebody actually stays over for an extended period of time, and I'm excited," Kenya said (clip above). "The only thing I don't have complete as of today is my media room, and they're putting all that in before Thanksgiving. But every bedroom, the basement, my whole mother-in-law suite, all of that is completed."
And if you follow Kenya on Instagram, where she has frequently posted pics of the progress of her crib's construction, you'll notice that she absolutely adores the abode, which makes it hard to single out a favorite room. "I have so many favorite parts of the house. I love my bedroom. I love all the windows," Kenya gushed, before settling on her master bedroom "because of the windows and the view" and her "awesome" dining room area.
Kenya said visitors will also get comfortable at Moore Manor — and we mean very comfortable. "My whole open concept, living room, dining room, kitchen, just the aesthetic is very modern, it's slick and sexy," she said. "I think when you walk in you just want to take your clothes off."
Kenya has enjoyed making Moore Manor her dream home so much that she said she hopes to renovate more houses in the future. "I would love to continue doing more work and flipping houses, even if they're small. I just get so much happiness from taking something that's an ugly duckling and making it into a beautiful swan. I just love that process," she explained. "It is definitely stressful at times, but I think I've learned a lot from building my home that I can knock out another home just like that. I just love design. I love creating, and it's just part of my creative side. I would love to have my own flipping show or design show."
We already know one person Kenya thinks could benefit from her expertise.