Kim Kardashian’s Bathroom Houses 8 Christmas Trees

published Dec 4, 2022
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Unconventional Christmas tree placements are on the rise, but have you ever seen a Christmas tree in a bathroom?! Well, it turns out that Kim Kardashian has eight in hers. Earlier this week, the reality star shared a peek at her lavish en suite bathroom, which is all decked out for the holiday season, on her Instagram Stories.

“Walking into my bedroom, and look at how magical,” Kardashian said in the video, showing off her many fir trees, which glow with white lights.

She added: “In my bathroom, I always have plants out there, and there’s, like, a whole balcony. And you can go through my shower out there, but right now this is all I see, and it’s so beautiful.”

The rest of the Skims founder’s bathroom is in line with her famously minimal decor style, featuring pale wood floors and floor-to-ceiling windows.

Kardashian’s winter wonderland came to life with the help of her friend, florals and interior designer Jeff Leatham

“I’m going to post this every night bc it looks so magical,” she wrote in another Story. “Thank you so much @jeffleatham.”

Love it or hate the Kardashians star’s minimalist style, she’s certainly no stranger to home decor. Back in September, she finally unveiled her long-rumored decor collection, a monochromatic line of bathroom accessories.

The line includes five concrete products — a canister, a round container, a tissue box, a vanity tray, and a waste basket.

As Kardashian told Architectural Digest at the time, she appreciates the “really zen” feel that grey tones and concrete’s texture provide.

“I find there is so much chaos out in the world that when I come home, the minimalist design creates a sense of quiet and calm,” she said. “That’s why when I designed the Skkn by Kim home accessories collection. I wanted each piece to be artfully crafted from hand-poured concrete — every item has its own unique texture and stone effect with an ornate patina occurring over time, so no two pieces are exactly the same.”