It’s only been a few months since Kendall Jenner purchased her five-bedroom, six-bathroom Beverly Hills mansion for $8.55 million, but she’s already made the house her own. On Tuesday, the supermodel took to her Instagram Stories to share a rare peek into her home.
First, Jenner posted a photo of what appears to be her dining room, lit by dim, recessed lighting, that’s captioned, “I [heart] my [house].” In the center of the cozy, low-key space is a large wooden dining table with lighter-color legs and a dark tabletop, surrounded by a mix of minimalist black leather chairs and lighter wicker seats. Against one ecru-color wall stands a rugged, worn-in wooden table, topped with an empty vase and a simple gold lamp. The wall itself is covered in a broad selection of framed photographs, all different sizes and styles, including a matted print of the black-and-white Hat and Five Roses, shot by William Klein for Vogue in 1956, and a poster-size version of Lauren Greenfield’s 1993 work Mijanou and Friends from Beverly Hills High School on Senior Beach Day, Will Rogers State Beach.
Shortly after, Jenner shared yet another glimpse of her sprawling home on Instagram, this time of what looks like a sunken den or living room. That space features a plush white carpet covering the dark wood floors, a simple dark-wood low table, and a pair of dark tan couches covered in coordinating throw pillows. The table is topped with a massive concrete vase filled with what looks like a mixture of dozens of bright orange roses and dahlias and placed next to a stack of hefty coffee-table books. Past a series of arches along one wall are more framed prints, these featuring two close-up shots of Marilyn Monroe’s laughing face overlaid with the words Good and Evil.
Jenner was reported to have purchased the house, located in the celebrity-friendly Mulholland Estates neighborhood of Beverly Hills, in October 2017. The 6,625-square-foot mansion previously belonged to Charlie Sheen, who sold it in 2016 for $5.415 million.
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