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Celebrity News | Oct 2, 2019
Midcentury Interiors in Scott Disick’s Hidden Hills Home

Midcentury Interiors in Scott Disick’s Hidden Hills Home – Scott Disick first stormed into the public consciousness more than a decade ago, calling himself Lord Disick on E!’s Keeping Up With the Kardashians—but without giving up his reality TV career, he’s recently settled comfortably into a new métier, house flipping, featured on his new series, Flip It Like Disick. And into a new home of his own, too.

Midcentury Interiors in Scott Disick’s Hidden Hills Home (1)



This pivot wasn’t summoned from thin air: Disick’s interest in interiors and furniture began as a teen when he read design magazines and wished for a Minotti sofa. “But then for a pretty long time I stopped caring, because I didn’t really have any place to [express] it,” he says. “Once I was doing my own house, it came back to me and I started remembering all the magazines I used to read, the furniture brands, and different eras.” Back then he liked Italian midcentury; now he likes French midcentury. “Things change over the years, but I’ve always loved furniture,” he adds. Jean Royère, Pierre Jeanneret, and Charlotte Perriand are his current favorites, all represented in the Hidden Hills home he recently completed.


Midcentury Interiors in Scott Disick’s Hidden Hills Home (1)

Inside, this warm yet pared-back sensibility has more than enough space to shine. There’s nothing cluttered about the expansive pad—even chandeliers felt superfluous and were nixed. “I was looking for something that felt very East Coast,” says the native New Yorker. “I always pictured myself in a kind of Hamptons-feeling house, but updated.” The true selling point, however, was the winning combination of large lot, privacy, and view: a rare one in Hidden Hills, overlooking city lights.

Though the white clapboard home was a mostly finished new build when he took ownership, Disick made significant changes to the hardware, mirrors, lighting, bathrooms, and floors. He also replaced the basic wooden front door with an oversized one in glass and metal. “I like it to be as minimal as possible but still comfortable,” says the TV personality of his preference for stark interiors. “I have more art, but I had to take it off the walls because it was too much,” he adds of the tight edit.

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Source: architecturaldigest.com


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