Khloé and Kourtney Kardashian Realize Their Dream Homes in California. Khloé and Kourtney Kardashian share a TV show, a neighborhood, and even a decorator: the ingenious Martyn Lawrence Bullard. But when it comes to living, the celebrity siblings have their own distinctive styles.
Kourtney in her home office, which is furnished with a vintage Jules Leleu desk and Pierre Jeanneret chairs; the arrangement of art includes Harry Benson's photograph of Mia Farrow and Frank Sinatra at Truman Capote’s Black and White Ball; a vibrant work on paper by Bridget Riley; and Batman, a gelatin silver print by Herb Ritts.
Kourtney’s pool terrace has Christian Liaigre chaise longues cushioned in a Perennials fabric; the landscape design here and at Khloé’s house is by James Hyatt Studio.
In Kourtney’s living room, Christian Liaigre sofas dressed in a Schumacher wool and a Larsen leather are joined by a Steinway piano, a vintage Oscar Niemeyer chair and ottoman from Wyeth, and several custom-designed pieces, among them the ceiling lights, sconce, and consoles. The curtains are of a Loro Piana wool-linen, and the triptych is by Richard Serra.
Caesarstone counters complement the Ann Sacks limestone floor in Kourtney’s kitchen, which is equipped with a Sub-Zero refrigerator, a Wolf range, and Dornbracht sink fittings; the pendant lights and stools are by Alison Berger Glassworks from Holly Hunt, and the photograph of Andy Warhol is by Greg Gorman.
In Kourtney’s dining room, Martyn Lawrence Bullard placed a bespoke table and a suite of vintage Pierre Jeanneret chairs from JF Chen under a José Esteves chandelier from Intérieurs; the framed artwork is by Roy Lichtenstein, the James Prestini metal sculpture at left is from Blackman Cruz, and the carpet is by Mansour Modern.
A tub with Kallista fittings stands in Kourtney’s master bath; the ceiling light is from Downtown, the sinks are by Kohler with fittings by Kallista, and the vanities’ limestone counters are by Ann Sacks.
A neon light installation is mounted above Penelope’s bed, which is topped with an Hermès throw.
In the playroom, Italian lounge chairs from JF Chen rest on an RH rug; the television is by Samsung, and the chalkboard paint is by Benjamin Moore.
Reign’s room features ikat curtains and a shag carpet.
James Turrell artworks are displayed above Kourtney’s bed; the vintage Jean-Michel Frank lounge chairs are upholstered in an Edelman leather, the 1970s Belgian cocktail table is from Lucca Antiques, and the carpet is by the Rug Company.
In the courtyard at Khloé’s house, the fireplace surround is clad in tile designed by Martyn Lawrence Bullard for Ann Sacks; the mirror is by RH.
A Moroccan-style fountain punctuates the grounds at Khloé’s place.
Khloé in her vast master closet; the chandelier is by RH, and the ceiling is lined in a Schumacher wallpaper.
The family room at Khloé’s place showcases an array of Martyn Lawrence Bullard creations, including the ceiling’s Schumacher wallpaper, the hanging lanterns, and the sectional sofa, which is upholstered in a Perennials fabric; the framed photograph is by Patrick Demarchelier, the antique mantel is from Exquisite Surfaces, and the rug is by Anthony Monaco.
Martyn Lawrence Bullard tented Khloé’s living room with a sheer fabric of his own design and grouped a vintage sofa from John Salibello with a Levantine mirror and a rug by Anthony Monaco.
A custom-made hood and a pendant light from Reborn Antiques serve as sculptural focal points in the kitchen; the wall ovens are by Wolf, and the counters are by Caesarstone.
Khloé’s Glam Room is the stuff of Old Hollywood, its broad mirror illuminated by incandescent bulbs.
Ann Sacks striated marble enlivens the master bath; the tub fittings are by Waterworks.
Khloé’s master suite features a bespoke bed upholstered in a Colefax and Fowler fabric; the center pillow is by Hermès, the throw is by Fendi, the curtains are of a Holland & Sherry linen, and the alpaca carpet is by the Rug Company.
The niche in Khloé’s bedroom is marked by a mix of exotic touches, among them a star-shaped lantern, a photograph by Chester Higgins Jr., and a side table inlaid with mother-of-pearl. A patterned satin blend by Dedar covers the bench cushion and a pair of pillows; the other pillows are in Manuel Canovas velvets.
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plus there is a huge difference between having and opinion and expressing it and expressing yourself by judging other people and trying to bring them down but commenting on their character.
Get well soon.
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