Jeff Andrews Designs A Glamorous Abode For Kimberly + Tyson Chandler

Tyson and Kimberly Chandler have style. The 7 foot center of the Dallas Mavericks is known for his defensive ability on the court and his photography skills off of it. And wife, Kimberly has had a growing presence on the New York fashion scene, with her own column on Style.com. The couple recently decided to settle down in Southern California and called on interior designer Jeff Andrews to bring their vision for their new home to life. A beautiful play in neutrals, Andrews created a warm family home for the couple with a color palette of warm browns, golden yellows and deep black accents.

AphroChic: Jeff Andrews Designs A Glamorous Abode For Kimberly + Tyson Chandler

Beautiful tactile details can be found throughout the space. In the family room, suzani pillows are a lovely, patterned addition to the sofa.

AphroChic: Jeff Andrews Designs A Glamorous Abode For Kimberly + Tyson Chandler

The Chandlers have a strong sense of cultural heritage, and it shows in Andrews’ design. African-inspired pottery and sculptures are present on the family room credenza.

AphroChic: Jeff Andrews Designs A Glamorous Abode For Kimberly + Tyson Chandler

In the bedroom, golden yellow pillows and chairs bring in a touch of color. They are the perfect complement to the beautiful yellow and gray curtains hanging in the bedroom sitting area.

AphroChic: Jeff Andrews Designs A Glamorous Abode For Kimberly + Tyson Chandler

AphroChic: Jeff Andrews Designs A Glamorous Abode For Kimberly + Tyson Chandler

Tyson’s office is the ultimate man cave. Here, Andrews found a way to bring in the N.B.A. star’s sports background with a cool display of basketballs on the office bookshelf.

AphroChic: Jeff Andrews Designs A Glamorous Abode For Kimberly + Tyson Chandler

You can see more of the Chandler’s luxurious California home on Jeff Andrews – Design.

Photographer: Grey Crawford

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