Tour Kendall Jenner’s House: A Peaceful, Art-Filled Home in Beverly Hills

Tour highlights: a 300-pound stone bathroom sink, a glam room & Hannah Montana-inspired changing room, and an art studio fitted with canvas drapes -- for when inspiration strikes.

Georgie Mihaila
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Not a day goes by without a member of the Jenner-Kardashian clan holding magazine covers.

But this time around, it’s for the best possible reason, as Kendall Jenner gave course to a standing invitation from Architectural Digest to tour her home in Beverly Hills — and will be gracing the covers of the publication’s next issue.

Now, given that Jenner’s house is one of the most serene residences we’ve seen so far out of all the celebrities calling Beverly Hills home, we just had to share the highlights of the tour with our readers. Trust us, you won’t want to skip this one.

Kendall Jenner lives in Charlie Sheen’s old house

The 6,625-square-foot Spanish-style home is located in Mulholland Estates, a gated community with its own security, popular among celebrities for this very reason (musicians like Christina Aguilera or DJ Khaled have also bought into the community in the past).

The supermodel bought the house back in 2017, and reportedly paid $8.55 million for the star-studded property, which was once owned by Two and a Half Men actor Charlie Sheen and his ex-wife, Brooke Mueller.

architectural digest tour of Kendall Jenner's house in Los Angeles
Click here to watch the full house tour on YouTube

Before that, Jenner’s house had another high-profile resident, Detroit Piston’s owner Tom Gores.

Kendall Jenner then went on to make the place her own, and put together a design team consisting of mother-and-son duo Kathleen and Tommy Clements — which she often credits for the interiors during her A.D Open House tour — and the expert team at Waldo’s Design.

And while her work is not done, as Kendall admits that creating a nice home for yourself is a life-long process, the end result is an inviting, peaceful home where the 24-year-old can retreat to, meditate, and entertain friends.

Jenner’s home has calm, earthy interiors — punctuated by colorful, pricey art pieces

 “My life involves a lot of chaos and travel and high energy, so I wanted a home that feels serene, a place where I can simply zone out and relax,” Jenner told the Arch Digest team.

With that goal in mind, she fitted her home with warm, organic textures, earthy tones, and very comfortable furnishings.

Jenner has often spoken publicly about her battle with anxiety, so it comes as no surprise that her home has been envisioned as a calming refuge.

All throughout the 6,625-square-foot home, you will find meditation corners, places to prepare tea, or bright, open spaces that lead to the serene backyard. In fact, the house itself is U-shaped, which means that every part of it connects to the green backyard area.

For her more creative moments, Jenner converted a movie theater into an art studio fitted with canvas drapes (you know, the type you can paint on).

This too adds to the mindfulness aspect of the home, as Kendall sees working on her art projects as a form of therapy.

kendall jenner at home, in her art studio
Image credit: YouTube via Architectural Digest’s home tour of Kendall Jenner’s house

While Kendall Jenner’s house doesn’t abound in expensive luxury furnishings, the artwork is a whole different story.

Starting with the signature James Turrell ovoid wall sculpture at the entrance (which actually spurred some debate as to whether she is hanging the artwork properly), the model’s art-filled space also features a neon Tracey Emin sculpture over the bedroom fireplace and a salon-style hang above the dining room table, anchored by a Lauren Greenfield photograph of Beverly Hills high school students ditching class. 

Zen elements and artwork aside, the young member of the Kardashian-Jenner clan made sure her home doesn’t lack any modern-day comforts and glam elements.

She turned two bedrooms into a fitting room and a nearby glam room, the latter of which she’s dubbed her “Hannah Montana room.” 

Just like her mom, Kardashian matriarch Kris Jenner, Kendall has a perfectly appointed walk-in closet and a shiny, gold brass tub that anchors her master bath.

Kendall Jenner at home, showing off her gold bathtub
Image credit: YouTube via Architectural Digest’s home tour of Kendall Jenner’s house

Kendall Jenner’s house has a stunning kitchen (that’s not all that difficult to re-create in your own home)

When asked to list her favorite room in the house, Kendall Jenner boasted about her lovely kitchen.

“I never knew that a certain kitchen could make you want to cook so much because in my last house I never cooked and then I got here and this kitchen just makes me want to cook and bake,” she told Architectural Digest.

With forest-green cabinets, white marble countertops, a farmhouse sink, and gold fixtures that warm up the space, the model’s kitchen is downright gorgeous. No wonder Jenner likes to spend so much time here.

Kendall Jenner kitchen in her Los Angeles Home
Image credit: YouTube via Architectural Digest’s home tour of Kendall Jenner’s house

Now, if you’ve fallen in love with Kendall Jenner’s kitchen and would love to recreate the design, Wren Kitchens (a prominent European kitchen retailer) has recreated the look.

Check out their own rendering of a more down-to-earth — but equally appealing — version of the influencer’s kitchen, and go to their blog for further resources on how to get the look.

To keep costs down, they recommend switching out the marble countertops and backsplash for white quartz (which is also easier to maintain than marble).

Kendall Jenner's kitchen re-created
Kendall Jenner’s kitchen re-created. Image credit: Wren Kitchens

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With a decade-long career as a digital content creator, Georgie started out as a real estate journalist for Multi-Housing News & CPExecutive. She later transitioned into digital marketing, working with leading real estate websites like PropertyShark, RENTCafé and Point2Homes. After a brief but impactful stint in the start-up world, where she led the marketing divisions of fintech company NestReady and media publisher Goalcast, Georgie returned to her first passion, real estate, and founded