LOS ANGELES (AP) — Caitlyn Jenner is feeling all white these days. Just ask her interior designer.
The reality-show star redecorated the Malibu mansion where "I Am Cait" is filmed, unveiling the home's new look on Sunday's episode.
Jenner's living room and bedroom have been made over entirely in white.
This August 2015 photo provided by Lori Margolis Interiors and Architectural Digest shows Caitlyn Jenner's living room in Malibu, California. The reality-show star redecorated the Malibu mansion where “I Am Cait” is filmed, unveiling the home’s new look on the Sunday, Sept. 13, episode. (Rick Steil/Lori Margolis Interiors/Architectural Digest via AP)
Designer Lori Margolis helped bring the former Olympian's decorating dreams to life. Margolis tells Architectural Digest magazine that Jenner wanted her home to reflect both her style and her journey as a transgender woman.
"She wanted something soft and feminine but also something that has strength," the designer said.
Jenner said the decorative changes at home go along with all the other changes she's been making in her life.
"I think what this transition has done for me," she said, "is that for the first time in my life I am able to express myself."
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