Inside Kourtney Kardashian's Stunning Calabasas Mansion

Thanks to their many years appearing on the popular reality television show "Keeping Up With The Kardashians," many design fans have seen glimpses of various Kardashian family members' homes over the years. All the sisters in the family have different tastes when it comes to design and have put together very different spaces for their own families. While Kim Kardashian's ultra-minimalist mansion is perhaps the most well-known, given how jarringly bare it seems to many, Kourtney Kardashian gave Architectural Digest a tour of her impressive space a few years ago as well.

In order to accommodate her children as well as her large family (and their own respective children and partners), Kourtney bought a Tuscan-style space that clocks in at a staggering 11,500 square feet. The property was purchased from former NFL star Keyshawn Johnson, and Kourtney worked with decorator Martyn Lawrence Bullard to bring her vision to life. While her home isn't nearly as bare and neutral as her sister Kim's, Kourtney does appear to favor a relatively neutral color palette and modern design choices when it comes to her space. As an added bonus, though she has her own space, her family is never too far away — Kourtney's mother, Kris Jenner, has her mansion just minutes away, and sisters Kylie Jenner and Khloé Kardashian have their homes nearby in Calabasas, California as well.

Kourtney Kardashian's home has an eye-catching entry that sets the tone

The moment you step into Kourtney Kardashian's home, you're taken aback by the unique bones of the property. While many mansions have rather grand entrances, Kourtney's home features almost floor-to-ceiling windows with modern black trim that look out onto the lush green backyard area, per Architectural Digest. Several outdoor seating areas are visible through the glass, and the large windows fill the space with light. The design detail is mirrored on the floor above, which features a curved walkway with a railing that overlooks both the backyard and the entrance.

Apart from the gorgeous views of the picturesque backyard, Kourtney has also incorporated a few eye-catching pieces that capture your attention the moment you walk in and traverse the limestone flooring of the space. A custom made circular concrete table crafted by a Venice-based artist sits in the middle of the space, surrounded by four unique stools with leather tops. Hanging above the table area is a vintage light fixture that was found in Paris, adding a bit of a European flair to the space, and several additional accessories are carefully arranged on the table's surface. A large vase with greenery takes advantage of the high ceilings, the leaves stretching up past the light fixture, and the table is also home to several gorgeous coffee-table books. Vintage Belgian mirrors also decorated the entry area, adding more of those European design elements.

There's a modern, glamorous living room in Kourtney Kardashian's house

The stunning living room area in Kourtney Kardashian's Calabasas home features plenty of seating options, and eye-catching statement pieces throughout the room. Kardashian revealed to Architectural Digest that the living room is where her family gathers to celebrate occasions like Christmas Eve, presumably before heading over to matriarch Kris Jenner's house for further celebrating. Kourtney has several links to her family in the room as well, such as her father's Syrian inlaid game boxes, which she mentions are a very important piece to her. The living room is also home to a sleek black Yamaha piano, which Kourtney revealed was actually her own childhood piano that she learned how to play on, meaning her children are the second generation to learn how to tickle the ivories on the same instrument.

The living room features a few key pieces, including a limestone fireplace that likely adds a ton of ambience to the room when it's turned on — although the balmy California climate means it may not need to be turned on for warmth all that often. An alabaster ring chandelier with vintage Edison light bulbs adds a warm glow when the natural sunlight stops streaming through the large windows, and there are vintage lamps scattered through the space as well. Proving that art doesn't just mean things hanging on the wall, Kourtney also draws attention to an Oscar Niemeyer chair designed in 1971 that she states is "museum quality."

Kourtney Kardashian's pad boasts a kitchen made for a family

The kitchen within Kourtney Kardashian's Calabasas estate contains the same neutral color palette and sleek finishes that are found in the rest of the space, proving that she prefers clean, modern design. The kitchen features two massive islands and has the same cream-colored limestone flooring that is found in the entry and the rest of the main floor space, according to Architectural Digest. Wood beams on the ceiling add warmth to the otherwise sleek modern space, and glass pendant lights hang from the ceiling, illuminating both islands. A built-in Miele coffee machine dispenses much-needed caffeine to the busy mom and entrepreneur.

The room contains many of the same statement pieces as the rest of Kourtney's house, including unique bar stools positioned at one of the islands and a designer bowl filled with oranges that came as a gift from one of her sisters. A large gas stove with a stainless steel range is nestled on one side of the kitchen, with a spice rack built-in that is completely filled with various spices.

Kourtney also makes sure to have little glimpses of her children throughout the space, such as a large glass vase filled with Pez dispensers, which she mentions that she likes to collect with her children. In addition to a black-and-white photograph displayed beside the stove, Kourtney also makes sure that there is art from her own kids on display, adding a family atmosphere to the kitchen.

Kourtney Kardashian is avid art collector

One of the common themes that runs through the entirety of Kourtney Kardashian's home is her love of modern art. Every room seems to have pieces that she has either purchased or been gifted by various people in her life, and she draws attention to a few of them as she leads Architectural Digest through the space. Kourtney mentions that she loves to collect black and white photographs in particular, such as the framed image that sits on the counter near her stove. She also highlighted a Damien Hirst skull art piece given to her by ex Scott Disick, which resides in her living room, alongside various coffee table books that cover everything from interior design to fashion.

In Kourtney's home, furniture isn't simply designed for function — she has several pieces that are as much about design as usability, such as the Pierre Jeanneret chairs that are in her dining room, or the Jules Leleu desk within her office. While you may assume that Kourtney's children's rooms are the one space in the home not filled with her beloved modernist art, you'd be wrong — in her daughter Penelope's room, Kourtney included a Serge Mouille ceiling lamp to illuminate the space, as well as a wall-mounted neon light.

Kourtney Kardashian's bedroom is a private master retreat

While she didn't provide a video tour of her master bedroom, Kourtney Kardashian did allow Architectural Digest photographers to capture an image of the space, as well as of her spa-like master bathroom. The master bedroom is done in the same neutral color palette, with cream and white hues throughout the space. A small seating area features a '70s era vintage cocktail table, paired with vintage Jean-Michel Frank lounge chairs upholstered in leather for a luxe look. The one pop of color, apart from the flowers in vases, comes from three modern pieces of artwork from artist James Turrell that are mounted above Kourtney's bed.

Kourtney's bathroom contains the same neutral, serene vibe, although with a few darker hues. A large free-standing bathtub is in the middle of it all, positioned beneath an eye-catching spherical ceiling light and in front of a large set of windows overlooking the treetops. There is a sink, a vanity, and shelving packed with towels and other bath goodies on either side of the wall, creating a symmetrical effect, and the entire space looks straight out of a spa catalogue.

Kourtney Kardashian's home boasts an outdoor oasis for California summers

As fans may have guessed from looking at the virtually floor-to-ceiling windows that take up a large portion of the back of Kourtney Kardashian's property, the Calabasas estate has a seriously stunning backyard, as noted by Architectural Digest. The space features several leafy green trees and some lush grass, but the piece de resistance is a massive pool perfect for soaking during the hot California summers. The pool is bordered by grass on three sides, and along the fourth is a series of lounge chairs with wooden frames. Even there, Kardashian has opted to go with a designer name, selecting Christian Liaigre chairs topped with a cream-colored pad and some printed cushions.

Just as there are gorgeous views of the backyard from the various windows in the home, the backyard offers a stunning glimpse at the structure itself. The Tuscan-style spot has a terracotta-colored tiled roof and beige exterior, with gorgeous greenery accentuating the outside, and an al fresco dining area for family dinners.