Sneak Peek: Caitlyn Jenner's Glamorous Room Makeovers (PHOTOS)

Caitlyn Jenner Candis CayneCaitlyn Jenner continues to express her inner self! This time, it's with a redesign of the master bedroom and living room in Caitlyn's modernist home perched high in the Malibu hills

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The rooms -- with expansive ocean views -- have a restful, beachy vibe, and are a fitting refuge for Jenner's precious downtime away from the public eye.

Viewers of her E! show I Am Cait got a peek at the makeovers, but a feature on Architectural Digest's website gets the full story from designer Lori Margolis. She tells AD's Mayer Rus: “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.”

The centerpiece of the living room, below, is the capacious 12' sofa from Homenature that, says Margolis, was customized for the comfort of the 6'2" Jenner (it's also big enough for a whole bunch of pretty Kardashians and Jenners, all in a row). The pair of Loft Thirteen lounge chairs covered in Tibetan lambswool were similarly tweaked to suit the lanky sports icon. The white-on-white (with black and gray accents) color scheme whispers "Serenity now." 

Cait Jenner LR

This detail from Jenner's bedroom, below, shows a luxe tufted headboard and quirky lamps (from Homenature), and a bedside table (Shine by S.H.O.) with a hint of metallic (for some subdued glamour) -- all in calm white and greige tones. Jenner told Margolis she wanted a look that was feminine yet strong.

Cait Jenner BR detail

In photo below, Jenner's helpers in the redesign line up on the sustainably constructed couch with the Pacific stretching out behind them. Jenner is pictured with (from left to right) friend Candis Cayne, designer Lori Margolis, and design assistant Lawson Taylor.

Cait Jenner with designer

Kudos to Jenner on making a beautiful new home to go with her beautiful new life. We can't wait to see what she does next.

  

Photography by Rick Steil/Courtesy of Lori Margolis Interiors/Architectural Digest

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