Dream House Alert: Jenni Kayne’s Beverly Hills Home

Dream House Alert: Jenni Kayne's LA Home • via @SavvyHome

“In this house, you can’t see a single neighbor. It feels so calm. You could literally be anywhere.”

—Jenni Kayne

Dream House Alert: Jenni Kayne's LA Home • via @SavvyHome

Dream House Alert: Jenni Kayne's LA Home • via @SavvyHome

Dream House Alert: Jenni Kayne's LA Home • via @SavvyHome

Dream House Alert: Jenni Kayne's LA Home • via @SavvyHome

Dream House Alert: Jenni Kayne's LA Home • via @SavvyHome

Dream House Alert: Jenni Kayne's LA Home • via @SavvyHome

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Dream House Alert: Jenni Kayne's LA Home • via @SavvyHome

Dream House Alert: Jenni Kayne's LA Home • via @SavvyHome

Dream House Alert: Jenni Kayne's LA Home • via @SavvyHome

Dream House Alert: Jenni Kayne's LA Home • via @SavvyHome

Dream House Alert: Jenni Kayne's LA Home • via @SavvyHome

 

Jenni Kayne is a girl wise beyond her years. At barely thirty, her eponymous fashion line is a smashing success (she opened her third store last fall), she’s a mother of two and has already undertook a major remodel of her 4,000-square-foot house in the Beverly Hills flats with her husband—realtor Richard Ehrlich. And that’s without mentioning her Lake Tahoe house which is the picture perfect definition of weekend getaway and she throws a holiday party like no other. Accomplished much? Talk about a reality check: yikes, I barely have two (three?) years to catch up!

Kayne was drawn to the house for its tall hedges and generous proportions. Her exemplary sense of style and attention to detail led her to turn a cold 80s architectural home into a warm and comfortable family oasis with the help of architect Jeffrey Allsbrook of Standard LA. To warm up the space, purchased reclaimed wood from an Amish barn in Pensylvania—which she then used to create kitchen counters, ceiling beams and wall panelling. She used furnishings in warm natural organic tones with lots of textures. As for all the white upholstery: “I just have my eco Scotchgard person come, like, once every couple of months. Everything just wipes off. You’ve got to try it.”

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Jenni Kayne’s Beverly Hills Home photographed by Lisa Romerein for C Home Magazine.

  • http://www.catalinacreative.com/ Natalie | Catalina Creative

    I can’t even imagine having a house so fabulous! The use of texture is on point + the backyard is a dream!

    • http://savvyhome.wpengine.com/ Gabrielle | Savvy Home

      Very well said Nat. The textures work together so perfectly. And you just can’t compete with a backyard so perfect.

  • Patrick

    Absolutely beautiful. Looks like it’s on the market for a mere 14 million! Since her husband is the listing agent I wonder if it was more of a ‘flip’ than their actual home. It does look too perfect for people to actually be living in it.

    • http://savvyhome.wpengine.com/ Gabrielle | Savvy Home

      Good real estate stalking Patrick! I had no idea the house was for sale… As for the house looking too perfect, I’d say it’s all photoshoot styling.

  • http://thouswell.co/ Kevin O’Gara | Thou Swell

    That bathroom is absolutely amazing! I love the mirror-paneled doors and steel bathtub…

    • http://savvyhome.wpengine.com/ Gabrielle | Savvy Home

      Ya I’ve been wanting that Waterworks tub for ever. I’m nowhere near ready to spend $10,000 on a bathtub thought… So I’ll admire it in other people’s homes for now!

  • Mimi

    Absolutely stunning! All the different materials work so well together. It’s calm, serene but very rich at the same time.