Condom Art, a Sofa Swing, and Cameos from Kris! 7 Wild Details You Missed in Kylie Jenner's Home
Kylie Jenner shows off her spectacular Hidden Hills, Calif., mansion on the March cover of Architectural Digest.
The interiors are a riot of color and glam accents, like gold ceilings, designer surfboards and high-end furnishings selected by celebrity decorator and KarJenner go-to Martyn Lawrence Bullard (he’s also decorated homes for Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian).
But Kylie’s over-the-top spaces hide plenty of easter eggs even eagle-eyed design lovers may have missed!
Here are 7 surprising secrets found in the reality star and makeup mogul’s home.
The Chairs Pay Lip Service
“I told Martyn that color was essential,” Jenner, 21, tells AD. “I love pink, and I wanted a lot of it!” In the dining room, the leather chairs were custom dyed in shades from blush to fuschia to match the exact hues of the cosmetic maven’s famous lip kits.
The Bug Love is for Stormi
Both Kylie and her daughter Stormi, 1, (who she shares with boyfriend Travis Scott) love butterflies. The art in the dining room, silk screens from Damien Hirst’s “I Love You” series, is a tribute to their favorite animal.
The Consoles are Dripping
The gold console tables flanking the fireplace in the living room have metallic drips hanging from their tops. The design mimics the art on Kylie’s lip kit packaging. “I have a lot of Kylie Cosmetics, awards, and my magazine covers around the house that inspire me on a daily basis. I am very proud of what I’ve accomplished,” Jenner says.
The Sofa Has a Secret
In the family room, the sofa opposite the fireplace (see the photo in this week’s issue PEOPLE) is actually hanging from the ceiling! The kinetic piece is a Jim Zivic-designed hammock from Ralph Pucci.
Kris is Hiding in the Bedroom
The glamorous black-and-white portraits hanging in a guest bedroom are actually of Kylie’s mom, Kris Jenner. She’s showed them off before, when she purchased her home, writing in the Instagram post above, “just got this photo of my mom in the 80s framed for my home. My inspiration.”
The Artwork is Wrapping It Up
Kylie’s home bar is a lot to take in, so it’s easy to miss one series of works that’s particularly provocative: several large condom wall sculptures from artist Beau Dunn’s “Size Does Matter” series. Dunn is also behind the “Plastic” light and Barbie art in Kylie’s glam room (pictured above).
The Lights Are Cheeky
A piece of neon art by Tracy Emin hangs above the sofa in the bar, and expresses a funny and self-aware sentiment: “I can’t believe how much you love me,” it reads. Underneath, hang a trio of Andy Warhol prints of dollar signs. Kylie was recently on the cover of Forbes, named the youngest self-made almost-billionaire, with a net worth of $900 million.
To see more photos and read the full feature, pick up the March 2019 issue of Architectural Digest or visit archdigest.com
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