Beauty mogul Kylie Jenner has provided Architectural Digest with a very close up look at her Los Angeles home, located in Hidden Hills, and it is very simply a street style home of one’s dreams.
Designed by Martyn Lawrence Bullard, the home reflects direction provided by Jenner, who purchased the home as a 21-year old. Jenner explained to Architectural Digest, “I told Martyn I wanted a fresh, fun vibe to match the way I was feeling. Color was essential. I love pink, and I wanted a lot of it!”
For fashion lovers, Jenners’ bag closet is just beyond. In addition to an entire shelf of Hermès bags, labels include Chanel, Gucci and a collection of Louis Vuitton bags that include highly-coveted bags made in collaboration with Supreme, Stephen Sprouse and Takashi Murakami,
On the art selections, Bullard explained, “Kylie feels a deep connection to Marilyn Monroe, so we placed a series of [Andy] Warhol screen prints of Marilyn along the main stairway. In general, we selected artworks that felt appropriate for a young collector with feminine tastes. Everything reflects Kylie’s personality.”
In addition to the Warhol prints, art includes a Jean-Michel Basquiat painting, Damien Hirst silkscreen vintage, and Trace Emin neon sculpture that reads “I Can’t Believe How Much You Love Me.” The plush guest room puts an exclamation on the family matriarch with two vintage prints of Jenner’s mother.
Reflecting her eye on Kylie Cosmetics, the dining room chains are custom-dyed to reflect the line’s range of Lip Kit colors, ranging from ceruse to pale pink to deep garnet.
Bullard also made a big statement with vintage furniture with Lucite items by Charles Hollis Jones along with a Milo Baughman four-poster bed and chair.
There’s also an eye-popping, brand new Jim Zivic from Ralph Pucci hammock, price at $48,600. Baby Stormi Webster‘s toys fit right in with the high-end street, slightly over-the-top vibe as epitomized by a Fendi stroller and a miniature Lamborghini.
Check out some images from her home below.