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This Kardashian-Jenner’s Home Is the Most Popular on Pinterest

This Kardashian-Jenner’s Home Is the Most Popular on Pinterest

Here at AD, we have been fortunate enough to see inside the homes of every single Kardashian-Jenner sister, plus the Hidden Hills retreat of matriarch Kris Jenner. Picking a favorite would be impossible, as they each have something unique to offer, but, interestingly, Homedit.com recently combed Pinterest to determine which one of their houses has been pinned to the most boards.  

No answer would have surprised us. Back in 2016, when we visited the homes of Kourtney Kardashian and Khloé Kardashian—both designed by the inimitable Martyn Lawrence Bullard—we fell in love with the Middle Eastern flourishes at Khloé’s place. She’s since moved to a new pad, but Kourtney still calls her muted but kid-friendly residence home, and even welcomed us back to tour the impossibly chic playhouse on her property a few years later.

If there’s one word that could be applied to all of their homes, it’s serene, which is fitting for a family who spends so much time in the spotlight. They likely need a bit of refuge. But for the youngest, Kylie Jenner, color was equally important, and we swooned over the bright and playful pops at her home (also designed by Bullard) when we visited her in 2019.  

Kendall and Kylie Jenner.

Dimitrios Kambouris

In 2020 we completed our sweep, visiting Kim Kardashian’s Axel Vervoordt–designed dwelling and Kendall Jenner’s “down-to-earth” Spanish-influenced home. Kendall’s designers—mother-and-son pair Kathleen and Tommy Clements, along with Waldo Fernandez (this trio also did Kris’s home)—told AD her taste was “more bohemian and funky than the rest of her family,” and it shows in the many earthy textures in her space. 

If you haven’t guessed by now, it is Kim’s home causing the biggest buzz on Pinterest. Conceived largely by Vervoordt with Kim’s then husband Kanye West, the home is what the Skims founder once called a “minimal monastery,” largely devoid of decor save for Venetian plaster walls, stone tables, and white furniture. It has gone viral numerous times, like when fans wondered how the sleek sinks designed by Claudio Silvestrin in her bathroom worked, or more recently, when her children stained one of her Vervoordt-designed tables trying to catch leprechauns

Images from Kim’s home have been pinned at least 21,303 times, according to Homedit.com. And if you were one of the Pinterest users adding her decor to your mood board, you may want to check out the Kim-inspired items below.

Willy White Plaster Pedestal Side Table

Stacking Planter by Chen and Kai in White

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