WATCH | Inside Kendall Jenner’s R140m mansion – with art studio and a 'Hannah Montana' room
- Kendall Jenner showed off the inside of her R140 million home in Beverly Hills during a tour with Architectural Digest on Wednesday.
- The supermodel purchased the mansion from Charlie Sheen in 2017 and renovated it for an entire year.
- Jenner worked with interior designers Tommy Clements, Kathleen Clements, and Waldo Fernandez to achieve a "peaceful" and "calm" vibe throughout her sun-drenched home.
- The house includes an art studio (which Jenner converted from a movie theatre), a fitting room that she calls the "Hannah Montana room," and an art collection featuring works by James Turrell and Barbara Kruger.
- She also included several pieces that were inspired by her family, like a wall of magazines she copied from her sister Kim Kardashian West and old Italian doors that Kris Jenner gave her.
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Jenner wanted a "fresh, fun vibe to match the way [she] was feeling," so she enlisted the help of famed interior designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard to transform her entire mansion, the Kylie Cosmetics founder told Architectural Digest last year. Working with the mogul, Bullard ended up creating a look he describes as "glamorous but totally inviting."
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