I’m an Interior Designer and Classified Kourtney Kardashian’s Home With Travis Parker – I Totally Hate Some Details

An interior designer rated Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Parker’s home solid 6/10 and was disgusted with some of the design details.

The design artist shared a stunning review of the celebrity couple’s home and was disappointed by the dwelling’s supposed lack of personality.

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Home design expert Phoenix Gray shares how he totally hated some of the details in Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Parker’s homeCredit: TikTok
Kourtney Kardashian's husband, Travis Parker, shows off his massive $7 million Calabasas mansion in Architectural Digest

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Kourtney Kardashian’s husband, Travis Parker, shows off his massive $7 million Calabasas mansion in Architectural DigestCredit: Architectural Digest

Self-described “Design Daddy” Phoenix Gray is known on TikTok for his home décor tips, design trends tips, and celebrity home review videos.

In one of the videos, Gray analyzes the details in the shared living space of celebrity couple Travis Parker and Kourtney Kardashian.

Known on TikTok as mrphoenixgrey, the house reviewer is deeply involved in the analytics, color, and spacing of the main features of a celebrity home.

The newlyweds gave a sneak peek into their home in an edition of Architectural Digest and design experts passionately present two of their year.

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Gray begins the video with a bit of comedic humor as he makes a joke about not judging people with tattoos.

“I honestly didn’t know what to expect when I looked at Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Parker’s home, but it wasn’t,” he says.

The visual then turns into a view of the Kardashian couple’s outdoor pool area as Gray gushes about how “the house is such a beautiful, modern, and laid-back California home” and will never leave the pool.

The positive review turns quickly as Gray raises concerns about their kitchen design in the next photo shown.

“I have a bone to pick with the designer for this kitchen,” says Gray. It looks very spacious. Like, we probably have about fifteen feet of ceiling height here…”

He’s incredibly bothered by the fact that there are kitchen cabinets all the way up to the ceiling and long wire poles attached to them, even though the feature would be great for storage.

“The reason I hate these things is because that’s the average height of the fridge column,” says the designer, pointing to the fridge in the photo. “Why do we use the exact same length on all the cabinets? It’s so ridiculous.”

He then turns to the image of their dining room and thinks it’s beautiful “with its sculptural detailing and elements that bring all those natural concepts.”

Interior designer Phoenix Gray says their food is super clean, delicate and organic5

Interior designer Phoenix Gray says their food is super clean, delicate and organicCredit: Architectural Digest

He adds that the style is very modern and organic for home décor at this time because the dining room is “clean, subtle and on point.”

The next room shown is the newlyweds entrance hall leading into the back of their house and is famous for its elegant and homely feel.

“And I think it’s beautiful the way they put it,” gushes Gray.

As the architect gives a great review of one design piece, he turns it upside down with the next puzzling, albeit beautiful aspect of the house.

“I love the outdoor barbecue area, but they’re in California. Why do you need this ranch-style fireplace in the evening? It never gets cold,” he testifies.

The only part of the house that Gray thought was a bit odd was the number of living rooms available in the house.

Gray says the denim features in one of their living rooms created a masculine, structural vibe but were still very informal.5

Gray says the denim features in one of their living rooms created a masculine, structural vibe but were still very informal.Credit: Architectural Digest

“What I don’t really like is how they compare these very traditional style sofas to the rest of the room, which is very clean and modern,” he explains, referring to one sitting room in one of the photos. “And I don’t like them together like that.”

Then he added in another picture of a separate living room that he enjoys saying how he likes the room with a ping pong table because it looks great for their family.

He also likes denim trim because it gives “a structured masculine look but remains very casual.”

Gray also says the bedroom is nice with its lovely sitting room with large windows, but overall the room is nothing special.

From a design perspective, he also dislikes his bedroom bathroom but gave “extra points for creativity” for the built-in stone-wrapped tub.

“But the stand-alone tub and the actual design of it could have had a greater impact,” he claims.

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As the video comes to a close, Gray adds some positive anecdotes.

He concludes, “Remember not to judge a book by its cover because people who have tattoos like this, who look really tough, are clearly the coolest people you’ll ever come across.”

Gray states that he is in love with the famous couple's pool and will live in it

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Gray states that he is in love with the famous couple’s pool and will live in itCredit: Architectural Digest

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