When not sharing her personal life with cameras for Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Kourtney Kardashian can be found working in her chic home office in Calabasas, California. "I really wanted a modern space that felt clean and uncluttered, but also cozy and inspiring," she reveals . Enter: , the celebrity designer who helped give the 38-year-old reality TV star the work space of her dreams.
While we might have a different definition of "cozy" than Kardashian, the room more than lives up to her reputation as an interior design maven (remember her living room and backyard?). She picked out a vintage to serve as the focal point in the room and flanked it with woven Pierre Jeannette accent chairs from the 1950s. "The teak wood and the natural fiber rattan really warms up the space and mixes well with the other modern pieces," Kardashian says.
As for art, Kardashian's taste is nothing short of eclectic. Her gallery wall features tons of pop culture moments, including a Batman image in a gelatin silver print by Herb Ritts, a tattoo icon photograph of Audrey Hepburn, a black-and-white photo of Mick Jagger from 1964 and a photograph of Mia Farrow and Frank Sinatra.
Then she sprinkled in a single pop of color in the form of a small pink drawing from (the same artist who created the neon "Love Me" sign in her daughter Penelope's room). But our favorite element has to be a pair of Elton John's shoes, which her father, the late Robert Kardashian, passed down to her. "My dad always kept them in his closet, but I had them put into a shadow box," she says. "They are so special."
On the other side of the room, Kardashian's view is just as beautiful. She has two steel-framed doors that open up to her lush backyard and she even put a right outside the doors in case she wants to sprawl out with her laptop as she works.
If you feel just as inspired when you look at Kardashian's space as she does, embrace her modern style by shopping this look: