Inside Kendall Jenner's Adorable LA Home

Kendall Jenner has one of the most earthy-looking homes of all the Kardashians. Instead of white and supersized mega-mansions like the ones belonging to sisters Kourtney, Kim, Khloe, and Kylie, her home is colorful with old-fashioned accents. Kendall gave a tour of her adorable home to Architectural Digest, and we're following along for all the details. After spending a year redesigning with the help of mother-and-son design team Kathleen and Tommy Clements, the result is a cozy environment where she can feel at peace. It's an older structure with a Mediterranean design and historical touches such as archways and built-in bookshelves.

Jenner purchased the home from Charlie Sheen in 2017 for $8.55 million (via Trulia). It has the usual features like a big living room with a fireplace, a cozy bedroom that fits an oversized bed (and a tea corner), and a massive kitchen with an island. She also has some fancy features in her dwelling that make the Kardashian/Jenner family proud. In addition to her walk-in closet, she has a glam room with Hollywood lights and a fitting room fit for a princess. Here is a closer look at her sweet pad.

The living room is easy on the eyes

A Hollywood living room is usually spacious, but it's not often a place where you can cuddle up with a good book. Jenner's living room, however, features an intimate, worn-in feel. According to her home tour on YouTube, she wanted to create a Bohemian style in the space and have a cozy spot to hang out. She accomplishes this by placing two beige sofas close to each other for conversations. The sofas are inviting with soft fabric and fluffy pillows. Between them is a long and narrow wood coffee table. The beams in the ceiling are made of dark brown wood and add a chic accent to the old-fashioned Mediterranean style.

Jenner gathers in this room with her friends, drinks tea, and relaxes with music. On one side of the room, there is a 1965 phonograph that she got for Christmas. On top is the best-selling album Rumours by Fleetwood Mac. According to Rolling Stone, it's best to skip the antique styles and buy a new phonograph because they include CD players.

The dining room is for her friends

According to Teen Vogue, Jenner loved to dine at The Cheesecake Factory as a teenager. However, these days she is into throwing dinner parties at her welcoming mansion. The model is getting plenty of use out of her dining room, where she serves her favorite dishes. Jenner loves Italian food, specifically vegan spaghetti Bolognese or Margherita pizza (via Harper's Bazaar). The long dark hardwood dining room table fits plenty of people, at least 10.

Mismatched chairs in blonde wood, rattan, and wicker look decades old and create a fun effect. Mismatched chairs are all the rage because they add a relaxed feel to the room (via House & Home). On the side, there is a console table with books and a vase on top. There is also a charming gallery wall with framed paintings and photographs. For a cozy touch, Jenner added an Oriental carpet in red and green under the table. Brown French doors lead out to her peaceful backyard.

She has an artist studio stuffed with paint and canvases

As reported by Vogue, Jenner has experienced anxiety since she was a young girl. When setting up her home, she wanted spaces where she could unwind while getting her mind off the pressure of being internationally famous, so she designed a room for painting. She says she likes to paint canvases to help her deal with the stress of everyday life.

The model's paintings of beaches, sunsets, and trees decorate the room. Luckily plenty of light flows into the room to help with her color selection. She also has jumpsuits hanging on wall hooks so when her pals visit, they can slip them on and paint away. There are several stylish accents in the room, like the paintbrushes that hang upside down and the shelves filled with paint bottles. The most important thing to consider when designing your craft room is how to stay organized and inspired (via Martha Stewart). Another tip is to make the most of what you have. Rooms of all sizes make great craft spaces.

Yes, she cooks

Jenner is a cover girl with culinary skills. The kitchen is one of the most popular rooms in the house. Jenner visits at all hours of the day for a quick snack and some herbal tea. While the model never cooked while living at her mom Kris Jenner's home, she cooks and bakes all the time in her own home. Jenner sure has the space to get a little wild with her recipes. The cabinets are a unique teal color that pairs well with the gold faucets and white marble counters. There is also a large island topped with hardwood and a sink. A collection of copper pans hangs above it.

Friends can sit at the island and watch her whip up pasta and salads as there are four wood and wicker stools tucked under the lip. Jenner says she uses the pot filler above the stove every day because she loves tea. According to Pioneer Industries, a pot filler is also called a kettle faucet or a pasta arm. It's basically a water faucet that can pull out or tuck behind a wall. It comes in handy because you won't have to lug water (which weighs nearly eight and a half pounds per gallon) from the sink to the stovetop.

She has a fitting room to get ready for photo shoots

For a woman who poses for photoshoots every day, it's savvy to have a room just for changing clothes. However, it's not your average walk-in closet. It's a stand-alone fitting room for when Jenner needs to try on different garments before heading to a shoot. The room is not tiny either. It's the size of a bedroom with clothing racks back to back, a chair, and shelves for purses. She hilariously calls it her "Hannah Montana" room because there are so many fun and bright clothes. It also looks like the type of place a teenager would go wild in for hours.

Jenner's cluttered fitting is jam-packed with designer goods from Gucci and Chanel. However, she knows where everything is. On the wall are framed photos from magazine shoots. According to Homes & Gardens, it's ideal to use many shelves and cabinets for storage space when building a dressing room. Add a full-length mirror at the end of the room to see yourself walking in the outfit. Islands with drawers are a plus if there is room, and you can also install library ladders if items are stored up high.

There is an inviting courtyard

Outdoor space is essential to this nature-loving celebrity. For this reason, Jenner's home features a spacious courtyard that looks like it belongs in a Tuscan villa. Jenner said it is one of her favorite spots because it is peaceful and gets plenty of natural light. There is light pea gravel on the ground with a low watering hole made of stone that looks like it dates back to ancient Rome. A potted lemon tree adds charm. The chairs are made of stone, adding an even more rustic feel. French doors with espresso brown trim lead to a bright and narrow hallway inside her house.

According to Better Homes & Gardens, you don't need much space to create a courtyard. You can achieve wonders with smaller spaces. You should have enough room for a table, a few chairs, and potted plants like lavender bushes or lime trees to create an outdoor feel. If you can, have a window looking out from the house to the courtyard. This way, you can check out your pretty outdoor space from inside the home.

The glam room features old Hollywood style lights

When Jenner needs her makeup done for a red carpet event like the People's Choice Awards, she heads to her stylish glam room. The counter is white with a dark gray base, and several thin drawers hold makeup and hairbrushes. There are old Hollywood round lights around the wide mirror, giving a touch of glamour. There are also comfortable salon chairs that move up and down. The wall on the far side of the room features framed photos of Jenner's magazine covers from Vogue, Allure, and Elle. The other side of the room has a French door with black-out curtains in mocha beige.

Jenner says that everyone in her family has a glam room, so it was also a must for her. The star added that she likes getting her makeup done in the room. According to Vogue, glam rooms have been in high demand since "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" took off 10 years ago. However, they are nothing new. Marie Antoinette had one at the Palace of Versailles in the 1780s. Jenner also has a spacious walk-in closet and fitting room next to her glam room.

Her bar is small but stocked

When you're a supermodel in your 20s with plenty of celebrity pals, you need a stocked bar, and Jenner has a perfect one. Her small bar is tucked away in a corner by the living room with a high table and two wood stools with beige seat covers. Sleek marble decorates the back of the bar. There are several bottles of alcohol like vodka and rum, while the shelves hold martini glasses, wine glasses, and tumblers in crystal. Framed photos of party scenes from the 1970s decorate the walls. One image features the band The Village People, known for the hit dance song "YMCA." Another has Mick Jagger's ex-wife, model Bianca Jagger, all glammed up for a night on the town. On the bar counter is a framed photo of Kendall with pals, a silver tray, and a rustic-looking jug filled with purple and pink flowers.

Jenner said her mother, Kris Jenner, has the best bar around. While she tries to keep up, hers is on a much smaller scale. According to Thrillist, the best celebrity home bars belong to George Clooney, Paris Hilton, Jason Derulo, and Neil Patrick Harris.

The guest bathroom has a special feature

During her remodel, Jenner became obsessed with one of the items in her home. It is the 300-pound stone sink that sits in the guest bathroom. It really does look like one large piece of straight-out-of-the-quarry stone with the center carved out. The sink was challenging to install because it needed a strong structure to support the massive weight. The sink is so heavy that Jenner doubts it will ever be removed, even by future owners. She called the dark powder room one of the more attractive spaces in the house.

The other features in the room are also impressive, including a gold faucet, beige wall sconces, a mini shelf for hand soap, a candle, and an oval mirror that complements the sink. According to Bob Vila, brushed gold faucets are the new trend. The best ones are solid brass, but stainless steel is also a good choice for a lower price.

The office is small but she doesn't mind

As a powerhouse reality TV star, model, and influencer, it's surprising that Jenner's home office is on the small side. The room features a narrow wood desk and a working fireplace with a marble frame. A built-in bookshelf features stacks of hardback books on fashion and design. Jenner says she does not spend a lot of time in this space, but it's used regularly by her supportive team members.

According to Real Homes, the first thing to consider when building a home office is how much privacy you need. If you require a lot, it might be ideal to use your garage as an office. However, if you need to be near your kids, converting the dining room into a work area might be better. For the office, a desk, storage space, a chair, and a wastepaper basket are essentials. Be sure to consider your tech needs, as you will want a place to plug in your computer and phone. You will need a space that is Wi-Fi friendly. A lamp, throw rug, and painting will help create a happy mood for those long hours in front of the screen.

Jenner collects all kinds of art

Art is essential for Jenner, and she feels the more colorful it is, the better. One of the first pieces of art in Jenner's home is the lit-up oval artwork from James Turrell. The piece changes color, from blue to red to pink. Jenner said it calms her down and added that the designer made these lights for people to meditate in front of as it creates a mood. She wanted to see it all the time, so she put it on the wall in the living room. Barbara Burger's artwork of a woman's smiling face with the words GOOD and EVIL stamped on the front can be seen on her walls.

In her bedroom, there is a neon pink sign by Tracy Emin. It displays the measurements of the private parts of one of her friend's ex-boyfriends. Then there are painted doors from Italy with pictures of people on them. Jenner said she loves picking up pieces at Art Basel in Miami or during travels in Europe. According to Refinery29, buying art online from Etsy, Saatchi Art, Minted, and Spacey Studios can be easy and affordable. It's best to find art that inspires you, sparks joy, and reminds you of the beauty in life and yourself.

The bedroom has neutral tones

According to E!, Jenner suffers from Sleep Paralysis. This disorder is when anxiety causes your mind to be awake, and you can't move your body. Therefore, her bedroom must be a calm space where she can unwind after a hectic workday. Jenner has an oversized bed where she loves to cuddle up and relax. All over the room are copper energy rings that produce healing energy (via Jewels Advisor). There are also books like "Black Swans: Stories" by Eve Babitz on the long ottoman at the end of her bed.

Jenner says she always keeps fresh flowers and a water bottle next to her bed. There is also a Himalayan salt ball that lights up to provide a soothing atmosphere. These balls help relax nerves because of the salt's ancient healing properties (via Saltean). Jenner also has a white wingback chair that faces the TV on the wall over the double-sided fireplace. There are even built-in shelves to store wood for the fireplace. A tea stand in a corner and long drapes complete the look.

The backyard is an oasis where she does sound baths

Being in touch with nature is a top priority for Jenner, who is constantly stuck on airplanes traveling to photoshoots. The backyard feels like an oasis with a lush lawn, mature trees, plenty of lounge areas, a swimming pool, wicker lamps, and shady spots to meditate. Jenner said the backyard is where she does Sound Baths to help her anxiety. According to Women's Health, Sound Baths help Jenner slow her mind down. Sound therapy often involves using a variety of instruments to create healing sounds. Himalayan singing bowls, gongs, biosonic tuning forks, crystal bowls, and shamanic drumming are all used in Sound Baths.

Jenner thinks the pool dates to the 1980s or early 1990s because it has an unusual shape with older Spanish tiles. When not doing sound baths, Jenner takes a dip in her swimming pool and lounges in the sun on one of her many caramel beige lounge chairs.