How do you sum up a magazine cover with Kendall Jenner, Rick Owens, and James Turell? The recent issue of AD featuring the home of the supermodel. The Spanish style hacienda is located in LA and a shared effort between Kathleen and Tommy Clements and Waldo Fernandez. The creation is refined and simplistic and a jolting discovery to know Kendall is a boho at heart.
The vibe is similar to that of Dakota Johnson’s hideaway. Both exist in harmony with Mother Nature. The design team expanded this feeling selecting a down-to-earth neutral color palette. To add brilliance, the talents of Barbara Kruger, Tracey Emin introduced with James Turell. Needless to say, all the work is unapologetic and the main topic of conversation.
The cookery is the entertainment command center with cabinetry is dressed in a brave green. In addition, the dining quarters are country-chic and ready for festive fun. Other niceties are found everywhere. The Turell light show is a mood enhancer during cocktail hour. Contrary to the arts and crafts room, promotes childminded playfulness. Lastly, every Jenner needs a glam room. In this case two. One for fittings and the other for hair and makeup.
Today, the blog offers a new Style Server, a shop dedicated to HomeGoods. The selections were inspired by Kendall’s free-spirit and low-key elegance. A few things to update your style and project the best you.