Kim Kardashian has given fans a tour of her Los Angeles mansion, which she describes as a "minimal monastery". The reality TV star gave a fascinating insight into the family home she shares with husband Kanye West and their children as part of a video for Vogue’s 73 Questions.
Asked about the inspiration for the home, Kim said it was from "Axel Vervoordt and Kanye". The mum-of-three led the camera through the mansion as she answered questions, showing the minimalistic décor, which is all in muted shades of white, cream and grey.
Kim Kardashian shared a tour of her house for Vogue's 73 Questions
One bedroom has a huge bed with cream headboard and white bedding, and wooden bedside tables on either side. It leads through to the bathroom, which has a huge concrete bathtub and floor-to-ceiling windows that flood the space with natural light.
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The tour continued with a walk through the hallway, which has white gloss flooring and a muted colour scheme. Kim then shared a look inside their living room, which has a cream sofa, low round coffee table and an unbleached Steinway piano, which she admitted she still can’t play.
Kim described the family home as "minimal monastery"
The living room leads through to a separate dining area, which has a round dining table. Meanwhile, the kitchen and living room is open plan with an additional seating area for mealtimes, and a huge wall-mounted television where Kim and Kanye can catch up on Keeping Up with the Kardashians or their other favourite shows. The kitchen, meanwhile, has a huge central island – offering plenty of space for food prep – and a range oven with aluminum splashbacks.
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Kim has previously shared glimpses inside the family home on Instagram, showing her impeccably-organised walk in wardrobe, and a better look at their unusual bathroom. The couple finally moved into their dream home in late 2017, after carrying out extensive renovation work on the property.
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