Check Out the Unusual Feature We Spotted in Kylie Jenner’s Closet

Kylie Jenner — reality TV star, mom to 1-year-old Stormi Webster and entrepreneur with a massively popular eponymous cosmetics line, Kylie Cosmetics, worth $800 million — has a $12 million-dollar, 13,000-square-foot mansion located in the Los Angeles suburb of Hidden Hills, and it’s basically a lavish, modern, on-trend work of art. Her home, designed by Martyn Lawrence Bullard, is so beautiful, in fact, it — and Kylie — made the cover of Architectural Digest along with her momager, Kris Jenner.

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Inside, the home is vibrant and doesn’t skimp on the pop art (including a self-portrait by Alec Monopoly in her bar), neon-bright wall art and plenty of pink furniture, fixtures, you name it.

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“I told Martyn I wanted a fresh, fun vibe to match the way I was feeling,” Kylie told the publication in the feature. “Color was essential. I love pink, and I wanted a lot of it!”

Kylie purchased the home, which boasts a total of eight bedrooms and 11 bathrooms, in 2016. And since then, she’s kept busy decorating it to perfection. About halfway through this project, she found out she was having baby Stormi, so she adjusted her plans to include a room for her.

“When we started this project, she wasn’t even old enough to drink legally. This was her first really grown-up house,” Bullard told Architectural Digest.

Jenner really zeroed in on her closets and glam room, as they are “very personal” to her. Her handbag closet could give sister Khloé Kardashian a run for her money in terms of chic organization.

But there’s one aspect of her home we can’t help but point out: her ceilings.

The dining room has a stunning gold-leaf ceiling. And in the dressing room? The purple-and-gold-hued wallpaper is as glam as it gets. The vintage chrome chandelier adds a nice touch too.

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“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,” Bullard says.

To top off it all off, a Tracey Emin neon sculpture reading, “I Can’t Believe How Much You Love Me,” hangs in the bar, and we don’t hate it.

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