Anyone who moves into a new home knows how long it takes to fill it up—and Kendall Jenner is no exception. The model and reality TV star recently bought Emily Blunt and John Krasinski's Hollywood mansion and has been redecorating the six-bedroom home one room at a time.
Jenner credits her interior decorator, Martyn Lawrence Bullard, as a huge source of help in finding unique pieces, such as her newly-purchased "Bao" sofa. It's made by Brazilian designers, the Campana brothers, costs $52,000, and is made out of 394 feet of a stuffed velvet tubing that is woven together into a nest-like shape that could also be the pastry lattice for the fall fruits pie you gave up on halfway through making—take a look:
"I realized I'd been really good and came in way under budget on my furniture allowance," she says on her app. "I got super excited and bought another amazing couch. It works perfectly in the space!" According to the designers' website, it takes four people more than a week to make and hand fill the tubes, and the last two days alone are dedicated to weaving it all together.
We're not sure we'd want this piece to serve as the main sofa in our home, but Jenner is lucky enough to have space in her mansion for multiples. In fact, the one room Jenner has already fully decorated is her living room. "All of the furniture is Restoration Hardware including their big comfy Cloud couch, cozy rug, and marble coffee table. There's also a huge TV—it's definitely the chill room where everyone hangs out."
Clearly comfort is key for Jenner—and we totally respect her for it.
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