Kanye West's office is outfitted with furniture designed by none other than Kanye West, and rightfully so.
In a new interview with Architectural Digest, Kim Kardashian discussed the difficulties of keeping an all-white residence clean and detailed West's already proven gift of forward-thinking design. "My husband makes all of his own furniture in his office," Kardashian said. "My office is all Vincent Van Duysen, but Kanye is so good at it, he loves to draw out pieces. [Axel Vervoordt] made a couch in our house called the 'Kanye couch' because Kanye designed it with him. I don't know if I would personally do it, though I would love to. It's not in the cards."
The couple's fresh Hidden Hills estate boasts pieces custom-created by Vervoordt, with whom West will hopefully one day launch a furniture collab. In the past, West has given a tip of the hat to Jean Royère for his beloved polar bear sofa (a design he wished had been translated to beds) and Antoni Gaudí for his building-sized ambitions.
The new Kardashian interview was conducted to mark the launch of a new feature on her ScreenShop app that allows users to find furniture by uploading a screenshot of items they like. "Finding the technology of screenshotting anything and within seconds turning it into a digital store was groundbreaking," Kardashian, whose ScreenShop adviser role began more than a year ago, said when launching the initial version of the app in November. "I've never seen that before."
Kardashian previously saw success in the app universe with Kimoji, a Kardashian-themed Hollywood game, and a paid subscription app that regularly serves as a breaking news source for all things Kardashian.