Take A Peek Inside Caitlyn Jenner's Malibu Mansion

Photography by Rick Steil/Courtesy of Lori Margolis Interiors/Architectural Digest.
I Am Cait fans recently caught a glimpse of reality star Caitlyn Jenner's remodeled abode, but Architectural Digest got the full scoop on the makeover. Jenner worked with New York-based interior designer Lori Margolis to create a sophisticated space that reflects her newfound sense of self. "I have no idea where to start," Jenner revealed with a laugh in an exclusive video for The Scene. "When I bought this house, it was the first time that I bought my own home."
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Photography by Rick Steil/Courtesy of Lori Margolis Interiors/Architectural Digest.
With a little guidance from Margolis, Jenner overcame that initial trepidation. “Caitlyn always lived in beautiful houses, but designing them was Kris Jenner’s domain — Caitlyn wasn’t really involved. This time, she really wanted to put her personal stamp on the house,” Margolis told the magazine.

In the living room, that translates to a serene all-white color palette with a 12-foot-long sofa suited to Jenner's 6-foot-2 frame (and famously outsized brood). A vintage Moroccan rug, Lindsey Adelman light fixture, and custom-tailored lounge chairs round out the blissful space. The bedroom features a plush, tufted headboard and gold-accented nightstands.

For more photos and to read the full interview with Margolis, head over to Architectural Digest.
Photography by Rick Steil/Courtesy of Lori Margolis Interiors/Architectural Digest.
From left: Jenner's friend Candis Cayne, interior designer Lori Margolis, design assistant Lawson Taylor, Caitlyn Jenner.
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