In a behind-the-scenes boomerang she posted from her cover shoot for Architectural Digest, Jenner, 21, twirls in her living room while sporting a poofy orange and pink Marc Jacobs dress and pink heels — a color that not only makes its way into her personal style, but also her home decor. “I love pink, and I wanted a lot of it!” Jenner told AD of the direction she gave her designer, Martyn Lawrence Bullard. 

Bullard shared a close-up shot of how AD acheived their eye-catching cover image of Kylie standing on a poof in her living room. Bullard explains that he designed custom bronze consoles to flank the fireplace that “resemble the drip design on Kylie’s lip kit packaging.”

That tattooed arm on the left belongs to photographer Douglas Friedman, who also shared a personal photo with Bullard, stylist Lawren Howell, and Jenner in her purse closet.

In another one of Bullard’s #bts shots, Jenner ices cupcakes in the kitchen for her 1-year-old daughter Stormi, whom she shares with boyfriend Travis Scott. “She’s an avid baker and I designed the kitchen so she could enjoy cooking to the max,” Bullard writes of his reasoning for adding double islands (“one for cooking and one for eating”). 

Bullard shared another image of their crew trying to get the perfect shot. He also notes that he can attest to Jenner’s baking skills, adding, “Btw I got to taste a cupcake afterwards and they were delicious !”

Bullard also posted an detail photo from “one of the wilder rooms” in her home, the gameroom, which features a table with candy bowls and books written by her siblings. “She wanted this space to be the adult play zone and includes a bar, pool table, pinball machines and a cozy seating area,” Bullard writes. 

In one corner of the same space, Bullard incorporated “eclectic” art pieces and mid-century furniture like Karl Springer tables, a green Milo Baughman sofa and a pair of Charles Hollis Jones bookshelves “dressed with many of Kylie’s personal items.”

For the full story and more photos of Jenner’s mansion (and her mom Kris’s!) pick up the March issue of Architectural Digest or visit 

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