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Jeff Andrews, the interior designer who's keeping up with the Kardashians

June 11, 2011 |  6:01 am

When Season 6 of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” premieres Sunday, designer Jeff Andrews' work will be one of the uncredited stars. Andrews worked with Kris Jenner, matriarch-manager of the Kardashian empire, on redecorating the ground floor (all 6,000 square feet of it) of her Calabasas house. (That's the duo looking at swatches in the dining room, above.)

Writes Alexandria Abramian-Mott: "In the dark-as-night powder room — the one with Swarovski crystals studded in the ceiling, like stars — even the toilet tissue is a coordinating black."

The decor may be over the top, but Andrews is not. The designer turns out to be a soft-spoken, borderline shy guy who left a career as a choreographer 11 years ago to begin quietly building a business with mostly on non-Hollywood types. We dive into his story and peek at some of his other projects.

ARTICLE: The improbable decorator keeping up with the Kardashians

PHOTOS: Phase 1 of the Kris Jenner house makeover


Credits: Bret Hartman / For The Times

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