The indgenious Martin Lawrence Bullard provided all the exotica Khloé coveted, dressing her home in a kaleidoscopic array of Moroccan, Turkish, and Middle Eastern flourishes. His coup de théâtre is the tented living room—an ethereal white fantasy presided over by a massive Levantine mirror with silent-film-era allure. That parlor opens onto a vine-covered terrace, where hanging daybeds sway gently in the Pacific breezes. As Bullard explains, “Khloé wasn’t interested in a traditional take on Moroccan style, so we cleaned up the lines and gave it a more vibrant, contemporary feel.”
Yet for all the drama of these spaces, the room that perhaps best reflects Khloé’s vivacious spirit is her gargantuan closet—a treasure chest of ensembles meticulously organized by color and style—devised from two erstwhile bedrooms. “I don’t have kids, so why not?” says Khloé, who recently debuted her talk show, Kocktails with Khloé, on the FYI channel and is working on a new makeover reality series for E!, the same network that has made Keeping Up with the Kardashians a sensation. “I was very hands-on in the design process. I’m obsessed with details, so I can be a bit controlling, but it’s only because I’m genuinely curious.”
In the courtyard at Khloé’s house, the fireplace surround is clad in tile designed by Martyn Lawrence Bullard for Ann Sacks; the mirror is by RH.
The family room at Khloé’s place showcases an array of Martyn Lawrence Bullard creations, including the ceiling’s Schumacher wallpaper, the hanging lanterns, and the sectional sofa, which is upholstered in a Perennials fabric; the framed photograph is by Patrick Demarchelier, the antique mantel is from Exquisite Surfaces, and the rug is by Anthony Monaco.
Martyn Lawrence Bullard tented Khloé’s living room with a sheer fabric of his own design and grouped a vintage sofa from John Salibello with a Levantine mirror and a rug by Anthony Monaco.
A custom-made hood and a pendant light from Reborn Antiques serve as sculptural focal points in the kitchen; the wall ovens are by Wolf, and the counters are by Caesarstone.
Khloé’s master suite features a bespoke bed upholstered in a Colefax and Fowler fabric; the center pillow is by Hermès, the throw is by Fendi, the curtains are of a Holland & Sherry linen, and the alpaca carpet is by the Rug Company. You can find similar here!
The niche in Khloé’s bedroom is marked by a mix of exotic touches, among them a star-shaped lantern, a photograph by Chester Higgins Jr., and a side table inlaid with mother-of-pearl. A patterned satin blend by Dedar covers the bench cushion and a pair of pillows; the other pillows are in Manuel Canovas velvets.
Ann Sacks striated marble enlivens the master bath; the tub fittings are by Waterworks.
Khloé’s Glam Room is the stuff of Old Hollywood, its broad mirror illuminated by incandescent bulbs.
Khloé in her vast master closet; the chandelier is by RH, and the ceiling is lined in a Schumacher wallpaper.
Luxurious fabrics make for cozy movie nights in Khloé’s screening room.