Haute Living: You've collaborated on many collections with your sisters, but are there plans to branch off and do something entirely on your own?
Kourtney Kardashian: I don't think it would be as enjoyable. I really love working with my sisters, doing photo shoots with my sisters and appearances all together. I think it really makes it worthwhile being able to do these things with them; it makes everything more fun. However, one of my passions that Idon't really share with them is interior design. I go on blogs and buy interior design magazines, and I really love it.
HL: You and Scott recently purchased Keyshawn Johnson's former home. How do you plan on redecorating?
KK: I'm definitely going a different direction than I went last time. I really got a lot out of my system; my last home was over the top with colorful stripes and prints and wallpaper everywhere. I went crazy with the lighting and had a lot of fun. Now I want simple. I want a little more casual and comfortable, but still chic. I want a totally different vibe. I haven't gotten too far into it; I'm just starting. I bought one piece of furniture so far: my kitchen table. I just found it shopping at a store called Lucca Antiques on La Cienega Blvd.Want to hear more about Kardashian's interest in design and her grand plans for her new home? Check out our recent dream vintage shopping date with Kardashian, and be sure to take a look at her wild former home -- colorful stripes, prints, wallpaper and all! Los Angeles dwellers, pick up the new issue of Haute Living LA on newsstands this Friday for more conversation with Kourtney Kardashian. Photographs: Justin Coit