Kris Jenner has been a quite the busy bee in the real estate department recently. The Keeping Up with the Kardashians momager not-so-secretly bought a $12 million mansion in the Coachella Valley last fall, and has personally moved into a new Hidden Hills home, AND is still keeping her old Hidden Hills estate to film the show. Feel caught up yet?
Kris recently said her new Hidden Hills place is the total culimination of her passion for homes and interior design.
“I’ve been collecting furniture and making houses for a lifetime. I’ve had so many different types of homes in so many different styles,” she laughed in an interview with Architectural Digest, which has just premiered the first peek at her new place. “In the ’80s, my bedroom looked like a lavender-chintz supplier threw up all over it. Robert Kardashian was such a good sport.”
She has filled the new house with high end art and sumptuous furnishings, a lot of which she already had.
“Kris has genuinely sophisticated taste. The Prouvé daybed, the Jeanneret chairs, the Lalannes — these are all things she came with," said Waldo Fernandez, one of the home's designers. "This house was a great opportunity for her to express her love of art and design.”
The amenities in Chez Kris are numerous, and include a home theater, a glam room (with plenty of wig storage), a marble cocktail bar, and a master walk-in closet that's so huge, it could easily be three bedrooms in an ordinary house.
Here's a quick peek inside via her great room, which has a Lalanne sheep, a Vincent Dubourg cocktail table, and an ottoman and chairs by Oscar Niemeyer.
What's really catching our eye is that floor-to-ceiling black marble fireplace with no mantles (like Heather Dubrow, it appears Kris is anti-mantle!). Pocket doors make the indoors seamless with the outdoors, which is truly the California dream.
Posing in her sophisticated, cream-hued living room on the magazine's cover, Kris is perched right in front of a custom bronze fireplace that we're just a little bit obsessed with. Get the full tour at Architectural Digest!
Photos: William Abranowicz
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