It's nesting season in Kimye-ville. Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are in talks to purchase an $11 million Bel Air home, HuffPost Los Angeles reported Tuesday, and we're already dreaming up what it's going to look like inside.
According to initial reports, the 9,000-square-foot digs boasts five bedrooms, seven bathrooms and plenty of space for the couple to spread out. And while renovation plans are said to include a gym, movie theater, hair and makeup salon, bowling alley, basketball court and indoor and outdoor pools, the million dollar (or, 11 million dollar) question is: What will the nursery look like?
With Kanye involved, it's certain to be nothing short of discriminating. Kanye's former Los Angeles pad gave us a glimpse of his aesthetic, a minimalist-meets-pop-culture approach, as did one of his seemingly endless Twitter rants about interior design. And who can forget Closetgate, where Kanye made his style preferences clear to Kim.
But Kanye isn't the only one with good taste and a few ideas on how the Kardashian-West nursery should look. We asked three top interior designers to weigh in. Check out their inspiration and tell us whose design would most likely win Kanye's or, better yet, Kris Jenner's approval.
Joy Moyler, The Celebrity Designer
With more than 25 years in the game and a portfolio that includes the homes of singer John Mayer, actors Leonardo DiCaprio and Adrian Brody, and record exec David Geffen, <a href="http://joymoylerinteriors.com/">Moyler's a viable heiress to the interior design</a> thrown. Watch it.
Kim and Kanye's baby's has the DNA of two trendsetting tastemakers. No pink or blue nursery would do here! I imagine ceiling fixtures of black Swarovski crystals and 30s vintage bronze, living side-by-side. The fixtures would hang delicately, as if they were Celine or Chanel bracelets dangling from Kim's wrist. I imagine a black pony Egg chair, cradling Kim and Kanye as they nurse the baby, and high polished chrome contemporary accessories throughout, giving nod to the masculinity of the room (if the baby is a boy). Beautiful E. Braun or Pratesi linens would outfit the white lacquer and ebony metal-framed crib, while a natural gesture, visible in the hand carved table lamps, sit over brushed metal dressers. Of course, the television holds a prominent space, so the couple can watch "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" and Kayne's tour clips, 24 hours a day. -- Joy Moyler
Robin Wilson, The New Mom
As a successful eco-designer and mom of a 14-week-old girl, Wilson has the Kardashian-West baby's most practical needs in mind. Plus, she's worked alongside another infamous celebrity brood -- the Kennedys -- when she headed up the <a href="http://www.kennedygreenhouse.com/">renovation of Bobby and Mary Richardson Kennedy's 1920s New York home</a>.
The Kardashian-West eco-nursery will be quite simple with a sustainable crib and changing table by Argington, and a foot-pedal Mini Cooper car. I designed the space with the following elements that have been important to me as a new mom: <ul><li>Open space for floormat play and tummy time</li> <li>Big window for natural light</li> <li>Window seat for storage of toys/playmats and a place for caregiver to sit, read and watch the baby</li> <li>Nursing chair across room for quiet and privacy, or to allow mom to watch baby during the night</li> <li>Carpet tiles from FLOR so if an “accident” happens only one tile needs to be washed</li> <li>Low-to-no VOC paints for accent wall from Benjamin Moore</li> <li>Mini-cooper toy car for decoration and to allow visions of the future</li></ul> -- Robin Wilson
Danielle Colding, The Kardashian Insider
She's no Jonathan Cheban, but <a href="http://dcdny.com/"> Danielle Colding</a> was able to cozy up to the Kardashian clan during her run as a contestant on Season 7 of HGTV's "Design Star" last year. During a challenge to redesign the Kardashian headquarters, <a href="http://www.sheknows.com/home-and-gardening/articles/963074/design-star-season-7-kardashian-office-makeover">Kris Jenner called Colding's concept for her office's break room "cute"</a> -- just enough to propel the New York-based designer on and upward to the show's winning spot.
This is a nursery for an art loving, world traveling, glamourous couple. I am picturing this room in an expansive house in Los Angeles; Spanish-style with high ceilings and French doors that open onto rambling, leafy balconies. High-gloss white lacquer walls (think car-finish shine) stand in contrast to deep ebonized wood flooring. This is where glamour meets rock and roll. This space is all about high contrast and dazzling accents. Black and white take on drama and dimension when the variety of textures present in each hue play against each other. Gold accents add a final glimmering touch. Pops of jewel toned colors make appearances in the rug, tufted ottoman and boom box art. The regency style crib in a rich black color is veiled in a white gauzy silk fabric, while the mobile is a classic by artist Alexander Calder. A sprawling tufted daybed/sofa is central to the languid lounging that should be the hallmark of the space. Vintage and contemporary find a common ground through an attention to clean lines, exquisite finishes, and elegant detailing. Baby West is in the building! -- Danielle Colding
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