Kylie's 'Architectural Digest' cover sums up her home perfectly. 1
"The look is glamorous but totally inviting. Kylie loves to have people over, and there’s nothing so precious that you can’t stand, jump, or dance on it," Martyn told Architectural Digest.
The living room still looks too pretty to sit in. 2
The Jean-Michel Basquiat screen print in her living room gives the space a unique vibe. And Kylie doesn't have a regular piano. She has a white lacquer and acrylic grand piano that looks like it's meant to be displayed, not played.
Kylie's bar lounge area is stunning. 3
It better look amazing because it probably cost her a small fortune. The dollar sign pieces above her vintage green couch are Andy Warhol lithographs. As if that wasn't enough of a statement, Kylie has a neon sign above them that says, "I can't believe how much you love me."
Her glam room is a Barbie dreamland. 5
From the plush carpet to the luxe chairs and statement countertop, her designer made sure Kylie's pink expectations were well met. We can't get over the "plastic" neon sign. It almost feels like a low-key jab at her haters.
The closet is as luxe as her wardrobe. It looks like a boutique! 6
"My closets and glam room are very personal to me, even down to the size of each drawer, so they fit my specific products and clothes," Kylie told Architectural Digest. "I spend a lot of time in those rooms, so we had to make sure they were perfect."
This is no ordinary family room. 7
The hammock by Jim Zivic for Ralph Pucci is an incredible statement. It costs an astonishing $48,600! You won't even flinch at the $1,400 mirrors by Bower that are flanking the fireplace after that hit.
There is no shortage of sitting areas in the mansion. 8
The acrylic chairs, coffee table, and pill prints arranged above the couch are such a millennial choice. The futuristic silver light fixture makes the space feel like its from the year 3019.