THE DOSSIER: NAME: Kourtney Kardashian. TRADE: Reality TV personality, co-owner of DASH boutiques. VIBE: Alice in Wonderland meets Beetlejuice. ABODE: Four-bedroom, four-and-one-half-bath house in Calabasas, Los Angeles, CA. Scott Disick describes the home that he and Kourtney Kardashian share with their two kids as "Alice in Wonderland meets Beetlejuice," and what's more fun than that? House hunting, apparently. "I love every single thing about this house, but I'm excited to take on a new project," she says. The reality star tells us she plans to put their four-bedroom gated Calabasas community Colonial on the market next week, even though she and interior designer Jeff Andrews just finished decorating it this fall. "When we first started decorating, I wanted all white walls and for everything to be really simple," she says. "Then I started saying, 'I'm too young. This is my first house: I want to have fun!'" Andrews tells us he gradually introduced her to interesting wall coverings, colours, patterns, and textures, "which got her excited about going more bold and experimenting on a different kind of design level." Kardashian admits she "became obsessive over interior decor and designing," and immersed herself in the project. "It was definitely a collaboration between Jeff and I," she recalls. "I am really hands-on and really a perfectionist -- especially when it comes to interior design -- so I was 100 per cent involved." Andrews tells us, "Kourtney is as obsessed with design as I am and has a great eye. We spent many nights on the phone looking through websites together and traded thousands of texts and emails brainstorming." The goal, Andrews says, was to create "a chic yet comfortable retreat where she could go to creatively recharge, but it also needed to be kid-friendly." The pair also wanted Kardashian's home to feel curated and completely original: "Kourtney loves unique vintage finds and negotiating a good deal, so between her shopping and my custom designs and visions, our collaboration was a great combination of talents," he says. Space tops the priority list when it comes to Kardashian's new home. "Our family is bigger since we moved in," she says. "I'd like to have a guest room and more space outside for the kids." As for what the next design will bring, Kardashian says, "I kind of want to just start all over. Certain pieces are sentimental, and I'll always have them. While I love what we did, I definitely want to do something different. We just have to see what the vibe of the new house will be." Be sure to check out our Kourtney Kardashian board on Pinterest for even more images and bold products to help you get the look of Kardashian's home.
|Urchin Chandelier Jean de Merry||Neon Sign Curtis Kulig||Children's Rugs Madeline Weinrib|
|Family Room Area Rug Mansour Modern||Master Bed Sham Fabric Romo||Kitchen Wallpaper Osborne & Little|
|Black Leather and Metal Armchairs Lawson Fenning||Kitchen Pendant Lights Tom Dixon||Entry Bench Downtown|
|Ventana Three-Tier Chandelier, $1475, Jonathan Adler||"Marimekko Korsi Wallpaper", $150, AllModern||Orbit Spitfire Chair, $1499, RH Baby & Child|
|Lulu Cotton Carpet, From $525, Madeline Weinrib||"Volte Face Wallpaper" #W-5333-03, Price Upon Request, Osborne & Little||Ceramic Stallion, $140, Z Gallerie|
|Anouk Luxury Grey Wolf Faux Fur Throw, $999, Taigan||Void Light, Price Upon Request, Tom Dixon||Stein World Arm Chair, $230, Wayfair|