Kourtney Kardashian Reveals New Kids Playhouse – With simple-luxe aesthetic, the cozy space is a screen-free zone designed for imagination. There are perks to being one of Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian’s three children—and these includes a custom (and kiddie-sized) manse. The luxe playhouse, which was created for Disick’s E! show Flip It Like Disick, is sure to be trendsetting—like the Kardashians themselves.
The structure is situated on the James Hyatt Studio–designed grounds behind Kardashian’s residence in Calabasas, California. It’s more modern than the Poosh founder’s Italian-influenced home—but there’s a freshness to it that enhances the sprawling estate. (Plus, it was fashioned from ipe wood to match the pergolas.) “Everything that I looked at was a more modern, simple, sophisticated design,” says Kardashian. “I think this is modern, but I think it’s still cozy.”
The playhouse boasts clean lines and grand windows—and soon even air-conditioning. Inside, the cream-colored furnishings include a custom mod couch, which came from Kourtney’s sister Kim Kardashian West. “She had it made,” shares Kardashian. “I thought it was perfect. It didn’t really go anywhere else.” The walls are decorated with pieces from Penelope (Kardashian’s second child) and Timmy Sneaks—a Boston-based mixed-media artist that Disick commissioned after seeing his work on Instagram.
The space, which includes a lofted nook, is colored with books and plush creatures from brands like Blabla Kids and JellyCat. Some of the items, such as the rocking horse, have belonged to Kourtney since she was a child. The leather-covered Minnie Mouse dolls were purchased from Coach’s collection with Disney. “I love those,” comments Kardashian. “My assistant got those for my birthday because I’m a big Disney-obsessed person.”
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Source: Architectural Digest