Nestled in the lavish Hidden Hills neighbourhood in Los Angeles, Kylie Jenner’s mansion is the perfect place to practice social distancing. Showcasing stunning design features and art, the mansion provides Jenner, co-star of Keeping Up With The Kardashians and proprietor of Kylie Cosmetics, and her two-year-old daughter, Stormi, with a safe haven during the coronavirus pandemic.
The elegant yet trendy abode was decorated by world-renowned interior designer, Martyn Lawrence Bullard who starred in the Bravo show Million Dollar Decorator and worked on both the Colony Palms Hotel in Palm Springs and Chateau Gütsch in Lucerne, Switzerland.
With its black-and-white prints of such celebrities as Twiggy and Audrey Hepburn, the living area contrasts bold pieces with curved furniture in an open environment. In the dining room, custom leather upholstery mimics the colours of Jenner’s makeup line. An energetic bedroom features vanity mirrors surrounded by bright lights for a red-carpet vibe. The bathrooms are clean and crisp, with a white palette.
Neutral backgrounds highlight the powerful artworks throughout the house. Works by such artists as Andy Warhol and Damien Hirst create a vibrant energy. Hirst’s silkscreen butterflies light up the dining room, and a neon sculpture by Tracy Ennin adorns the bar.
The estate boasts a lavish swimming pool as well as a stylish bar and lounge area. Jenner has several wardrobe rooms and a sleek home office, perfect for working from home during quarantine. Given its trendy design, the Hidden Hills estate becomes an ideal place to self-isolate.
The mansion creates a welcoming environment that balances bright colours with soft lines, open space with functional aesthetics. As the world moves through uncertain times, Jenner’s home showcases the importance of art and colour in brightening moods and lifting spirits. •