Peek Inside Kourtney Kardashian's Modern Dining Room—and Get the Look
If you’ve watched even a minute of the 12 seasons of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, you’ve probably caught a glimpse of the family’s decked out glam rooms, impeccably white Calabasas kitchens, and even Khloé’s color-coordinated fitness closet. Now familiarize yourself with one more locale–Kourtney Kardashian’s dining room, which happens to be the eldest Kardashian’s room of choice.
“My dining room is one of my favorite rooms in my house,” she revealed in a recent blog post. “I use the space to entertain—it's perfect for when I have the whole family over since it can comfortably seat 12 people!”
While the combination of modern accents and antique chairs looks effortless, the 37-year-old did face a few decorating dilemmas. “I go back and forth on wanting cream drapes and no cushions,” she writes. She called on ace interior designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard, a man familiar with the mom-of-three’s personal style, who helped her ultimately settle on steely-hued cushions and drapes. “Since my whole home is pretty neutral we went with blue to add a little color,” she explains.
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According to Kourtney, the space plays a big role in the Kardashian holiday plans. “I usually host breakfast on Christmas Day, so I'll have a big buffet in the kitchen and set up the table for everyone,” she says. Keep an eye out for it on KUWTK. In the meantime, read on and shop the look below.
Roy Lichtenstein Abstract Pop Art
“I love Pop Art!” Says Kourtney. This Lichtenstein add splashes of color to an otherwise neutral palate.
Marble Wine Glass
In lieu of conventional glass stemware, Kourtney opted for vessels with marble bases.
Vintage Teak Conference Chair
“These vintage chairs by Pierre Jeanneret came from several different places,” explains Kourtney. “Martyn and I pieced together the collection. Then, we had the cushions redone so they all matched.”
Mobile Universe Chandelier
This contemporary light fixture is a work of art by its own right. Plus, it won’t cover up any framed pieces on the wall.