Over the past few months post-Vanity Fair cover story Caitlyn Jenner has shared nearly everything with us. She revealed exactly how she landed on the name Caitlyn, she opened up through written and spoken word and even expanded the spotlight planted on herself by introducing us to more than a dozen other individuals in the trans community with the help of her E! show, I Am Cait.
Similar to other celebrity home tours we’ve recently seen, like Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent’s nursery, Gigi Hadid’s apartment and even Jessica Alba’s guest house, Caitlyn’s hilltop hideaway provides an array of home decor inspo (obviously). But, seriously, there are doable (and DIYable!) tips you can take from ANYWHERE — even the rich and fab ;)
With the help of New York-based designer Lori Margolis, Caitlyn’s living room and bedroom got a makeover that “blends a distinctly California beachy vibe with a touch of Hollywood glamour,” according to Architectural Digest.
The monochromatic living room has a very open layout, ideal for entertaining everyone in that expanded family of hers (Kim, Khloe, Kourtney, Kendall, Kylie, etc). The space also features her favorite piece from the redesign of her home, a 12-foot-long Homenature sofa that was custom-sized to fit her 6’2″ frame. Yeah, we’d totally be fine with crashing on that luxe couch for the night after a few too many martinis.
For the bedroom, the clean, monochromatic style remained with touches of color courtesy of gold-accented nightstands and blue throw pillows. The focal point of the master bedroom, and our personal fave, is the Asian-style cabinet. Huge golden knobs, FTW!
Lori shared with Architectural Digest Caitlyn “wanted something soft and feminine but also something that has strength,” and from the looks of it, she accomplished that mission completely. To shop Caitlyn’s living room and bedroom and to get even more home decor inspo, scroll through Architectural Digest‘s photo gallery tour of Caitlyn’s home.
Do you like the look of Caitlyn’s newly madeover Malibu home? Share your thoughts in the comments.
(Photos via Rick Steil/Courtesy of Lori Margolis Interiors)