When Spiegel moved in with Kerr in 2015, the model shifted her focus to interior design, aiming to create a chic yet still family-friendly space.
Kerr enlisted the help of L.A.-based interior designer Nan Meltzer, who amplified the house's existing eclectic aesthetic. This meant incorporating an abundance of artwork, classic fittings, and tonal colours, turning the already comfortable house into a home.
Kerr told the publication that her desire for a comfortable home stems back to her youth in Australia. "Growing up, my grandmother was always hosting people, she had an open-door policy," Kerr said. "I wanted to create that same feeling. Wherever my home has been, people would say, 'This is so cozy.' They'd never want to leave."
The white bungalow is surrounded by greenery all year round, and like many homes in Los Angeles, features a chic swimming pool out the back.
Kerr, who relocated from Australia to Los Angeles in the early 2010s, told The Hollywood Reporter that her home is her "favourite place in the world. It's where you go to recharge, feel nurtured and inspired, entertain, create fun memories with those you love".