Kim Kardashian’s Latest Venture Is a Monochromatic Home Decor Line

published Sep 29, 2022
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With cosmetics, skincare, fragrance, and loungewear lines, Kim Kardashian has created a notable reputation for herself as a businesswoman. The rumored home decor collection has been a topic of conversation for a little over a year, but she finally announced the release date for the line, including more details about its monochromatic look.

In an exclusive interview with Architectural Digest, Kardashian shared that the bathroom accessories would be available to shop next month. However, she is keeping a majority of the details surrounding the line a secret, but they happen to match the neutral-toned products from Skkn By Kim.

According to AD, the line of bathroom accessories includes “five concrete products — a vanity tray, a round container, a canister, a tissue box, and a waste basket — that will fit right in alongside a collection of Skkn by Kim skincare products.” She continued to highlight that the Round Container and Canister from the collection are “perfect for storing cotton pads, Q-tips, or for any trinkets on countertops or around the home to keep it clutter-free.”

Crediting the texture of concrete and gray tones as “really zen” to her and a necessity for her mental wellness, it isn’t a surprise that the packaging for the home decor collection will complement the aforementioned skincare line’s neutral design.

“I find that there is so much chaos out in the world that when I come home, the minimalist design creates a sense of quiet and calm,” Kardashian told AD. “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.”

Nearly three years after her memorable Los Angeles house tour with AD, Kardashian acknowledged that minimalism is still “very important” to her, and she’s reflected that throughout her home (even though the kid’s rooms happen to be a bit more colorful).

Minimalist or not — if you’ve been searching for new products to place in your bathroom, check out Kim’s line that is available to purchase on October 6.