Kendall Jenner's Tuscan-toned bedroom proves that neutrals are anything but boring – and it's approved by science, too

With its cream hues and earthy textures, the model's bedroom is a Mediterranean-style retreat in the Santa Monica Mountains

Kendall Jenner
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Kendall Jenner is among the most recognized supermodel of the generation – and her hectic schedule certainly reflects her title. The socialite is no stranger to the streets of London, Paris, and New York City – but her SoCal home is noticeably more tranquil – and the peace begins with the bedroom. 

Though much of her Mulholland Estates home exhibits a neutral, earthy aesthetic, Kendall's bedroom color ideas set the bar in the room where design decisions (arguably) count the most. Kendall's abundantly neutral space is designed with style and well-being in mind – and experts from the science and interior worlds agree. 

'The best colors to promote healthy sleep are neutral colors and warm tones. This includes the items and decor in your room, as well as paint colors,' says Rachel Mitchell, a certified sleep specialist and CEO of My Sweet Sleeper

Rachel Mitchell
Rachel Mitchell

Rachel Mitchell is a certified maternity and pediatric sleep specialist, parent educator, and CEO of My Sweet Sleeper – created to offer parents the skills to provide their children the rest they need. In her decade-long career, Rachel has helped thousands of families achieve better sleep due to her distinct responsive and instinct-based approach.

According to Rachel, beige or off-white and neutral grays are colors that help you sleep – and their power extends beyond your bedroom walls. You can also incorporate these colors through furniture, textiles, and accessories – which Kendall has done in the space above. Stand-out pieces include the cream headboard above her off-white luxury bedding

Kendall has added a dark wooden table, adorned with a white and light green lamp, and a large cream armchair in front of the curtains (that are also cream, naturally). 

'Studies have shown that certain colors exhibit specific emotions or feelings. When setting up your sleep space it is best to think about colors that help you feel relaxed such as colors that we see in nature and to avoid bright or fluorescent tones, especially when it comes to lighting,' Rachel adds.

Kendall Jenner

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And unsurprisingly, Kendall's cream and beige bedroom is just as popular among design experts. 'Neutrals are an essential color family for any interior and range from greys to beiges. [They are] perfect for calming down busy and bold schemes while enhancing minimal and contemporary looks,' says Helen Shaw, the director of Benjamin Moore.

As Helen explains, decorating with neutrals is a great way to create a 'minimalist base' that can 'act as a versatile foundation' for your favorite colors. However, if you're looking to take inspiration from Kendall (and possibly encourage better sleep in the process), you should opt for more muted shades that don't interrupt the neutral scheme. 

'When combined with monochromatic furnishings, simple shades work perfectly to create a minimalist, contemporary decorating aesthetic,' Helen adds. 

You can shop for the look below.

We would expect nothing less from style guru Kendall, after all. 

Megan Slack
Head of Celebrity Style News

Megan is the Head of Celebrity Style News at Homes & Gardens. She first joined Future Plc as a News Writer across their interiors titles, including Livingetc and Real Homes, before becoming H&G's News Editor in April 2022. She now leads the Celebrity/ News team. Before joining Future, Megan worked as a News Explainer at The Telegraph, following her MA in International Journalism at the University of Leeds. During her BA in English Literature and Creative Writing, she gained writing experience in the US while studying in New York. Megan also focused on travel writing during her time living in Paris, where she produced content for a French travel site. She currently lives in London with her antique typewriter and an expansive collection of houseplants.