Step inside Kendall Jenner’s Los Angeles home

Ever wanted to go inside Kendall Jenner‘s home? Thanks to Architectural Digest, fans can now get insider access to her bohemian Los Angeles home designed by Kathleen and Tommy Clements of Clements Design and Waldo Fernandez. The supermodel also graces AD’s latest cover with her pet Doberman, Pyro. 

Kendall’s five-bedroom property is filled with arched hallways and rustic farmhouse aesthetics. Elsewhere, the house features matching Barbara Kruger paintings and an extravagant $750,000 James Turrell LED light sculpture (which can be seen on the cover of the magazine).

Jenner told AD, “I’ve always been a huge Turrell fan. I was introduced to his work by [my brother-in-law] Kanye [West], who collaborates with him. I wanted this piece to be a focal point of the house, and I’m so hyped to have it here.”

As the video continues, Kendall shows off her cinema room, which she converted into her paint/art studio – stating that it’s become a form of therapy for her. We also get a look inside her master bedroom where she has a neon Tracey Emin light sculpture hanging in the sitting area.

Browse through the gallery above and watch AD’s video to see Kendall’s home for yourself:

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