Architectural Digest takes you on a tour of three stunning rooms in Kourtney Kardashian's home: the entryway, and the living room. While interior designer Martin Lawrence Bullard describes the home decor and interior design elements, Kourtney dives into the more personal side of her home tour.
When Kourtney Kardashian purchased an 11,500-square-foot mansion in Calabasas, California, from former NFL star Keyshawn Johnson, she enlisted Million Dollar Decorators’ Martyn Lawrence Bullard to transform the Tuscan-style dwelling into a contemporary retreat more suited to the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star’s minimalist aesthetic.
From the Pierre Jeanneret seating that surrounds the dining table to the living room’s museum-quality Oscar Niemeyer chair and ottoman to the Jules Leleu desk that anchors her art-filled office, the home brims with modernist gems.
In the entryway, Kardashian has a vintage mirror, light fixture, a custom-made table, and stools on a limestone floor.
In the kitchen, the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" sister has a stainless steel sink, refrigerator, range and oven, glass cabinet, coffee machine with clock, tea kettle, porcelain bowl, maple cutting boards, glass pendant lights, Italian flatware, glass cake stand, three-tier serving tray, a limestone floor and a lot of black and white photographs.
In the living room, Kourtney has wool sofas and silver fox throw pillows, leather chairs, ring chandelier, vintage lamps, a diamond skull, fireplace, potted plant, pool table, her childhood Yamaha piano, sconces, game boxes, and a lot of books.
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