Live this lavish life! While many stars opt for opulent indoor pools (Taylor Swift) and vast wine cellars (Salma Hayek), other A-listers who like to narrow down their tastes a bit more when it comes to choosing a themed area of their home.
Kris Jenner, for example, has a room entirely dedicated to designer tableware. In March 2022, the Kardashian-Jenner matriarch took her daughter Kourtney KardashianPoosh’s lifestyle brand, inside what the outlet calls “a mini-museum” dedicated to all of its fine china.
The room houses high-end and rare tableware collections, including Gucci and Hèrmes, all neatly arranged by set. The plates all face outward on long shelves that extend from the room’s entrance to the far wall. Jenner even has a set of mugs and dishes featuring cartoon versions of her and her daughters, with each plate depicting a different Kardashian.
Kris isn’t the only member of the Kardashian-Jenner family to have a room dedicated to a specific type of object. In 2018, Kylie Jenner gave her fans a tour of her “handbag closet”, which includes, in part, an entire shelf dedicated to Hèrmes bags in all the colors of the rainbow. Handbags are grouped by design, as the Kylie Cosmetics founder has rows of Louis Vuitton, Chanel and Supreme handbags.
The mum-of-two highlighted several of her favorite bags, including a Hèrmes Birkin in an ombré gray and white alligator print. She also shared a small cylindrical Louis Vuitton handbag that her mother “gave me and kendall [Jenner] when we were babies,” adding that she was going to pass it on to her own daughter, Stormi.
Another iconic Hollywood space is Spelling Candyis the wrapping paper room. While she only has one room dedicated to gift wrapping in 2022, when Candy was living at the legendary Holmby Hills mansion in Los Angeles – with late husband and TV producer Aaron Spelling and their children, Tori Spelling and Randy Spelling – she had three.
“I needed three because Aaron had seven hours of primetime television at a time, and we had over 1,000 freebies,” she told the Today show in 2013, noting, “I wrapped all of them up.”
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