Kylie Jenner shows off her colorful Hidden Hills home to Architectural Digest

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I love looking at and talking about architecture and interior design. As I’ve gotten older, I’ve realized more and more that I don’t really have “sophisticated” taste in that kind of stuff, because I always have a gut-level revulsion to design and architecture that I don’t see as liveable in a real, every day sort of way. Sure, I can appreciate a pristine all-white castle made of marble and glass. But I would never live there, because it would suck after about 12 hours.

I’d also like to point out that I don’t like any of the Kardashian-Jenners’ interior-design style. From what we see of their homes – and some of them might not even be their real homes – on Keeping Up with the Kardashians, everything looks very tacky-California-McMansion, designed to look expensive in a showy and unliveable way. Kris Jenner has passed on a lot of interior design style to her kids: a love of all-white rooms, broken up here and there with too much black and grey. So I was looking forward to seeing what we could from Kylie Jenner’s Architectural Digest cover profile. As she says in the AD video, this isn’t her first home – at the age of 21, she’s already bought and sold several home in the LA area, so this Hidden Hills home is just her latest.

Kylie does confess to working with an interior designer (Martyn Lawrence Bullard) for this home, which might be the reason why it seems much more colorful than other Kardashian-Jenner homes. Kylie told AD: “Color was essential. I love pink, and I wanted a lot of it! My closets and glam room are very personal to me, even down to the size of each drawer, so they fit my specific products and clothes. I spend a lot of time in those rooms, so we had to make sure they were perfect.” It’s true – her glam room is very pink, and she’s got pink in her dining room, her bathroom, and her bar/gameroom. You can see AD’s full editorial here. I mean… it’s not great? She spent a lot of money on it, I know, but it doesn’t look very comfortable. Of course there’s a lot of white, because she has a young baby, of course. Also: too many photos of random celebrities. It’s weird.

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  1. Kitten says:

    HIDEOUS. I mean, truly. I absolutely hate everything about it except the “plastic” sign above the vanities LOL. Maybe her interior designer hates her.

    • Eliza says:

      Plastic and barbies in the background. A bit on the nose.

    • Snappyfish says:

      It’s atrocious. Beyond that really. Sadly she used a designer so you don’t really know who’s awful taste this is.

      • Kitten says:

        I know that was my first thought as well but honestly, looking at the whole aesthetic, I bet Kylie was very involved in the decision-making process. The pink and gold..the cliché pop culture references and Warhol knock-offs….it really does remind you of Kylie. So in that sense, she/he did a great job.

        But on a personal level, I find it so tacky and horrendous. It is literally anithetical to everything I value in terms of interior design: organic design elements/layouts (no matchy-matchy), natural textiles/fabrics, lots of different textures like exposed brick, wood ceilings/beams, rattan chairs etc, and warm but bright colors. Her shit is the exact opposite. Ugh.

      • SM says:

        Looks like a real size doll house for plastic dolls. Which I guess is appropriate for Kardashian/Jenners.

      • Good GRrrrrl says:

        Shame a young girl w an immature aesthetic is allowed to buy pricey throw away junk. Ps does she have a child?

    • delphi says:

      I’m just feeling really…triggered. From a design perspective.

      It’s like every hellish design trope of the 70s, 80s, and 90s is deciding to haunt us all again. NOT OKAY.

    • HoudiniHarry says:

      It looks very childish and gauche to me. I love Martyn Lawrence Bullard, but god, this is awful.

  2. Erinn says:

    I’m actually surprised that I like a lot of the pieces. Not all together, and not every room. But there are some really interesting things in each room. I love the stone work on the fireplace photo in the slideshow from the full editorial link… it has an agate slice kind of vibe to it and I find it really striking. While there are plenty of things in the house that I don’t like at ALL, there’s some really nice additions.

    That said… if the design makes her happy, that’s what matters. Other people don’t have to love your home – you have to love your home.

    • Parigo says:

      Totally agree, there are some great pieces and I love the 70’s vibe. Kudos to the interior designer. It’s over the top, Barbie-esque feminine and purposely tacky, so it fits her to a tee.

    • Dr Mrs The Monarch says:

      I like it overall. It is a nice blend of Art Deco/60s mod. Some of the art is a bit tacky (condom wrappers?!) BUT that may as well be her family’s coat of arms.

      The biggest pet peeve for me is all that white carpeting and upholstery. All of that will be covered in food stains, make-up stains and pet stains within a month.

      I suspect the rugs were just rented for the photo shoot though. No sane person would live with a white shaggy, fluffy rug in their dining room or make-up area.

    • LadyMTL says:

      Yeah, there are some pieces that I like – I wouldn’t say no if someone wanted to give me the ottoman that she’s standing on, or the mirrors beside the fireplace – but overall it’s not my taste. I’ve never understood the whole “everything white or cream, please!” trend, because it seems so impractical to me, never mind boring.

      • jwoolman says:

        Why is she standing on an ottoman?!! And why is she enveloped in that strange whatever it is? She looks like she is drowning in feathers. Does Architectural Digest do that to people routinely? It’s not her own style, so I assume it was their wacky idea.

    • a reader says:

      I would take the green couch in her bar room. Totally my style, especially the color.

  3. wowza says:

    i skimmed the AD article. this line: “Kylie feels a deep connection to Marilyn Monroe.” lol.

    like, i defend the kardashians, but maybe they are *that* vapid, bc idolizing Marilyn is so unbelievably cliche, there should be at least a little self awareness there.

  4. Eliza says:

    When i first saw the cover of her standing on the ottoman with a boa looking dress, my first thought was how playing dressup the image was. Then i remembered she’s only 21. She’s still so young even though she doesn’t look it anymore with all the makeup/ procedures.

  5. Ann says:

    Oh Kylie, girl, your poor face! Stop sticking needles in it! She’s too young to look that, well, plastic is the only word I can think of. Kris has more movement in her face than Kylie.

    Her house is interesting… I don’t flat out hate it but there doesn’t seem to be anything cohesive to it, it all looks pretty chaotic without being thoughtful. Some of those couches look super comfy and I love that swing.

  6. Natalie S says:

    Is the whole Kardashian thing starting to ebb? It feels like they’ve reached peak fame and they’re now very slowly on their way to becoming yesterday’s tabloid celeb. It feels like there’s no way for them to become more famous and entrenched so instead they’re going to be replaced by whatever becomes the next scandalous celeb group.

  7. Babadook says:

    I was going to mention AD’s condescending caption on Instagram – people were going ham, but they appear to have changed it. It said something along the lines of ‘what were you doing at 21? Working an unpaid internship? Look at how rich Kylie is an she’s only 21.’ It was baaaaad.

    • Babadook says:

      Oh it’s an actual quote from the editorial itself!

      What were you doing when you were 21 years old? Looking for a job? Settling for an unpaid internship? Shopping for a foldout futon? Kylie Jenner hasn’t got time for all that. The wildly popular entrepreneur, reality-television star, and youngest member of the Jenner/Kardashian clan is busy presiding over a cosmetics empire worth roughly $800 million.


    • TyrantDestroyed says:

      That first paragraph stroke me as super condescending… This young woman was born already very very wealthy, but to each their own.
      And with regards to the photos, we really don’t share the same taste.

  8. Steff says:

    Basquiat is rolling in his grave right now.

    • janice says:

      Is it even smart to hang a painting worth that much above a working fireplace? Yikes!!

      • lucy2 says:

        Not really a great idea. It looks like it meets all the clearances that the fireplace company would require (I just had to figure that all out for a big TV for a client), but…I wouldn’t put anything super valuable above one. Then again, it’s in Southern CA, how often does the fireplace run?

  9. ShinyGrenade says:

    Oh gosh. It is ugly.
    And…. anyone else with a toddler laughing at all the white and plushy sofas?

    • jwoolman says:

      The kid won’t be allowed in most of the house except for photo ops.

      My mother wouldn’t allow us kids into the living room unsupervised when we were young. When I pointed out that she let the cat go in there (he loved to sleep in front of the heat register), she said “The cat knows how to behave himself.”

  10. BeanieBean says:

    Not crazy about what that artist did to the photos of Twiggy, Winona, & Audrey Hepburn. As for the house, eh, I couldn’t live in it either, although I do love that bathtub. That’s all I’ve got, the bathtub.

  11. broodytrudy says:

    I actually love this? It’s like a bizarre art installation reflecting on the social media generation. I couldn’t ever imagine living in it, but it’s cool.

    She’s leaning super hard into the “barbie slut” criticism that gets thrown at her, and i think she’s going to crash hard in her 30’s.

  12. Jessie says:

    this is so tacky omg

  13. Teaspilled says:

    Check out Jesse Tyler Fergusons home tour from AD. It’s a nice way to cleanse your eyes from this. Classy and beautiful and he’s pretty funny throughout.

    • Erinn says:

      I don’t fully love the interior of their home – but the exterior is to diieeee for. I’d love to have such a beautiful yard. I liked their bedroom also – just not a fan of the bird cage chandeliers and the super dark rooms vs the super white ones. It’s still a lot more reasonable as far as living in it goes, though.

  14. huckle says:

    I hope they’re over the whole black & white aesthetic for good. Kris looked really good as I typically only ever see her in black, hair and makeup included.

  15. K. Nikki says:

    I am ashamed to say i loved nearly everything i saw of this home. From the Trojan Condom artwork, to the butterfly prints in the dining room, her glam room and even the kitchen. I LOVED IT. It’s so retro 80s throwback but I am loving how they put everything together.

    I kinda want a private tour 🙂

    • Lizzie says:

      me too. my house is boring AF but i am a maximalist at heart. if i had my druthers, i would have metallic wallpaper on ever wall. i love the colors. i love that her furniture looks comfortable and sat upon. i especially love the Damien Hirst butterfly prints in her dining room. right now i’ve only got my husband signed on to a wild print wallpaper in our dining room and i’m using it as a jumping off point. if he accepts the dining room, he will be more into pea green velvet chairs i want for our living room.

    • Elizabeth says:

      I too love the interiors – FOR KYLIE JENNER. It’s a homage to 60’s pop with a few 80’s touches, Andy Warhol would love this. It’s very self aware. Would I want to live in it? Hell to the no! I too decorate with a lot of white, because it makes other colors pop in juxtaposition and frankly I just feel cheerier with having some whites. But I throw in deep amber real hardwood floors and very saturated reds and blues. This reminds me of when my parent asked me what color I wanted on the walls of my bedroom when I was 5. I said pink and they must have gotten gallons of white paint and added a single drop of pink. It was the whitest pink ever because that was all my mom could stomach! I loved the paleness of it.

  16. Winnie Cooper's Mom says:

    There should be some sort of disclaimer for the viewer’s eyes before taking in those photos.

    It looks like it was inspired by a combination of 90s Hot Topic with Limited Too. All she needs is a blow up chair and see-through landline phone.

  17. Sour Patch Kid says:

    I hated almost everything in her house and I found the the decor to be somewhat creepy and telling about her sad life. Her Marilyn Monroe portraits, the sign that reads plastic in her makeup room, the bizarre artwork in the first picture and the words in it (any interpretations of what those words could mean?), the condom wrapper artwork and the framed 8 pills.

    • Agenbiter says:

      She seems to revert to sad micro-expressions when she’s not ‘on’ … does anyone else see that?

  18. Lynne says:

    Tans and browns in the art….the piece doesn’t go against the grey walls and dark grey fireplace does it . I don’t seemit picking up themgold either.
    I think they staged the shoot tbh. Many celebs put their houses in AD before they put them on the market.

  19. brooksie says:

    AD has a feature of Kris Jenner’s home in Hidden Hills and I much prefer that style to the style of the house we see on the show.

  20. Eva says:

    It’s hideous but let’s not forget she’s a 21-year old girl whose life revolves around makeup and selfies. It’s probably fun for HER, as a home should be.

    • lucy2 says:

      This – it’s exactly what I’d expect from a fairly vapid 21 year old with too much money.

      I pity whoever stays in the guest room and has to look at giant photos of Kris Jenner.

  21. LL says:

    I feel like any time a celeb puts their home in AD, it’s not long after it goes up for sale. Let’s see if that happens with Kylie.

    • Nancy says:

      That’s what they said when Jen Aniston profiled her home in Ad. Not long after she and Tiny Tim were out of the house and the relationship. I feel bad for this Kylie. She barely resembles her former self if you look at pix online. Such self-loathing to want to become someone brand new. Be careful what you wish for. Some schmuck will put up the big $ to get a Kylie Jenner house. 🤦‍♀️ Not lived in, cold, no personality. For sale only…..

  22. Valiantly Varnished says:

    It’s actually quite pretty. Colorful with a retro vibe. And I dont see having white in your house and having kids as diametrically opposed. Especially if you have a house large enough for a playroom.

  23. Helen says:

    from youtube lol:

    “kylie is kris’ favorite child now, she brings in more income”

  24. Fluffy Princess says:

    I really wanted to like it. She’s 21 and it could be fun and funky.

    I thought that it was cliche and tacky in many ways. Sigh.

    I swear if I see another Warhol-esque photos of Marilyn Monroe…”I feel a connection to her” — really? Ugh.

  25. Pandy says:

    Ha ha ha. Too much money and other people’s taste = hot mess. I LOLed at my desk when I saw the guest room with VINTAGE PIMP MAMA photos on the wall … o m g …

  26. jay says:

    It’s very young LA, super modern with some vintage splashes. A bit try hard with the antiques and some of the art choices (Damian Hirst why?) but all of Hollywood/LA is a bit try hard. It’s obvious someone in their 20’s didn’t do this on their own…didn’t need her to tell me that.

  27. LWT00 says:

    Kris: “I love how you design your home like you run your business!”

    Exactly. She does both by hiring far more qualified people to do the work for her, then takes the credit for it

  28. Kathryn says:

    While I was reading the article I was clicking through some of the linked pieces and my god. It is astounding how much wealth the Kardashians/Jenners have accumulated since around 2013/2014 when Kanye legitimized their celebrity and brought them into the fashion fold. Of course they’ve always been wealthy but the sheep statue in Kris’ living room goes for 500-750K at auction? Kylie’s blue and pink coffee tables are 25K each? Not to mention paying for all of these pieces PLUS the interior design. Also they have seemed to become a bit more private. No photos of their bedrooms or anything — cameras used to be all over all of their bedrooms on the show.

  29. PhillyGal says:

    Boy, that is some fugly decorating. (And you know it cost a bloody fortune.)

  30. Jus sayin says:

    I’m loving the hammock, I could put that in my living room! Lol I don’t know where that living room would be, because my husband would laugh me out of the house we’re in now!

  31. Jane says:

    With all the money she has she cannot buy good taste. God, I am so glad my home is better than hers .

  32. Velvet Elvis says:

    I don’t hate it. I think she was going for a pop glam look, which is kind of fun. It’s much better than Kim/Kanye’s sterile looking barren of any warmth decor.

  33. Ange says:

    The aesthetic in that house is going to have the shelf life of an open bag of chips outside in the rain.

  34. LoWilli says:

    Is it just me or does the coffee table look like it’s full of Werthers Original wrappers?