Kendall Jenner invited Architectural Digest into her bohemian Los Angeles home for the publication's latest issue. And while the Jenner-Kardashian family is known for all things lavish, Kendall's LA residence is fairly toned down, especially compared to her sister Kylie's $36.5 million compound.

Jenner tapped designers Kathleen and Tommy Clements, as well as Waldo Fernandez, to lead a year-long redesign of the home, which was previously owned by Charlie Sheen.

“I’m really proud of what we accomplished here.” she told AD. “This is the first home I’ve done completely, and I think it’s a genuine reflection of who I am and what I like.”

The house is filled with contemporary art from the likes of Barbara Kruger, Richard Prince, Raymond Pettibon, and Sterling Ruby, while a James Turrell wall sculpture greets visitors as soon as they walk in.

"I've always been a huge Turrell fan. I was introduced to his work by [my brother-in-law] Kanye [West], who collaborates with him," Jenner revealed. "I wanted this piece to be a focal point of the house, and I'm so hyped to have it here."

The 24-year-old model is such a fan of the arts, she even decided to convert the home theater into her own art studio, although she admits she isn't very skilled.

You will also find various period pieces strategically placed throughout the home, such as an antique Turkish rug, a 19th-century French chaise longue, and a set of teak kitchen stools designed by mid-century architect Pierre Jeanneret.

Kendall joins others in her family — including mom Kris Jenner and sisters Kylie Jenner, Kourtney Kardashian, and Khloe Kardashian — as the latest Jenner-Kardashian to land the cover of Architectural Digest. You can tour her stunning LA home by pressing play below, then learn more about it over at AD.

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