Kim Kardashian finally explains her weird-ass, poorly designed bathroom sinks


There were several Kim Kardashian stories yesterday which I’m just going to jam together in one post. First of all, Kim claims that she passed her torts exam this week, the same one she was studying for with flashcards and meticulously-written notes. I don’t think this torts exam was the “baby Bar,” I think it was just an important exam within her “reading the law” program. In any case, she claims she aced it:

Next issue: as we also discussed, Kim was all set to launch her joint-venture perfume line with Kylie Cosmetics (her sister’s billion-dollar company) on April 26. The Snake Fam was making a big deal about how Taylor Swift had already announced that she would be dropping something big on the same day. Well, the snake has some tricks up her sleeve – Kim is no longer launching her perfume that day.

Now that I watch Billions, my eyes have been opened to the prevalence of corporate espionage and corporate shenanigans. I absolutely would not put it past Taylor Swift to hire someone to sabotage Kim and Kylie’s perfume bottles. #Facts

Last thing: many of us were overcome with blandness when Kim showed off her minimalist, beige AF house, but some people focused on the weird sinks in Kimye’s bathroom. Some even questioned if they were really “sinks.” Well, they are. They’re just really poorly designed. Kim showed people the Kanye-designed bathroom sinks, which are totally awful for a family with soon-to-be FOUR young children. Even though Kim is showing off how effective they are, notice how quickly water backs up on the knobs.

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  1. grabbyhands says:

    God that house is awful. It looks like a cult training center.

    And those sinks (why am I not shocked that Kanye designed these?) – do they actually understand what kids are? Are their kids going to actually live in their house with them? Or do the nannies just do so much of this part of the job that they don’t understand that kids need a sink that is actually a sink and not a small hole in the middle of a concrete slab?

    • Bryn says:

      Imagine, all that money and this is where they live. Why have all these kids if you aren’t going to have a kid friendly home. Like you said, it looks like a cult training centre.

      • Lua says:

        Not just the bathrooms, children need stimulation and color!

      • leela says:

        @Lua, oh, please! Stimulation and color are for the children of ordinary, common peasants. The children of Kim and Yeezus are on fashion magazine covers solo by age 5. They don’t need stimulation and color.

      • velourazure says:

        That looks like a master bathroom not a kid’s bath…

    • Alissa says:

      right? it’s a very ugly, uncomfortable looking house. I can’t imagine children living there.

    • VintageS says:

      I was thinking more mental asylum, but cult training center is probably more accurate.Ugh.

    • ME says:

      How do their kids even reach those sinks? I think this is more of a “show” bathroom that never actually gets used. I bet the kids have “normal” bathrooms attached to their bedrooms or something. That house is huge with MANY bathrooms. Are we really supposed to believe the whole family uses that ONE? Bullsh*t.

      • jwoolman says:

        That was my thought, too- not very kid friendly. And no way to just add soap to water in the sink for cleaning yourself or washing something? Where is the soap, anyway?

        My cats would love it, though. They would definitely figure out how to open the taps pthemselves.

      • Tiffany :) says:

        YES, jwoolman, where is the soap?!?

      • Still_Sarah says:

        @ ME : I love your comment on it being a “show” bathroom. It reminds me of where I grew up in Canada. There were a lot of post World War II immigrants from Italy and it was a thing to have a second kitchen that was accessible through a door at the back of the real kitchen beside the dining room. The actual messy work and cooking would happen in the back kitchen and the kitchen beside the dining room became a “show” kitchen where everything looked beautiful and under control. The dirty dishes and messy counters were in the back kitchen!

        And as for Kanye’s sinks, they didn’t seem to drain very well in the video. Maybe they could put a gold-plated squeegee beside it for clean up?

    • AnnaKist says:

      Kanye all over. 😂 Some years ago, one of the big shopping malls I used to shop at was extended, and added new loos. In the ladies’ loo, they did away with sinks and had something similar to this. It ran the length of one wall. It looked clean and ultra-modern, which I guess was the aim. Essentially, it was a long, marble bench, with a very shallow, curved channel running in the middle, with a small drain at each end. The taps were set so that only a gentle flow of water was available. It didn’t stop the counter and floor often being drenched with water, though. Yes, it looked designer and avant-garde, but was highly impractical. Some ladies like to clean their teeth after lunch, redo their hair and makeup etc., so, well, you can imagine. They refurbish it last year, replacing the entire bench with a marble…trough.

    • Agnes says:

      Cult training center – muahahahaha!

      I’m pretty convinced that their children don’t actually live there. They live in the nanny compound. This house is where those two idiots live, sit around, and congratulate themselves on their brilliance and edginess.

  2. babsjohnson says:

    That bathtub seems like torture. How do you relax in that?

  3. minx says:

    If they are bathroom sinks, where does the toothpaste go after you spit it out? Does it just sit there and some poor cleaning person gets to wipe it off? Or are you supposed to aim in into the teeny tiny hole? Hilarious.

    • Bryn says:

      So weird. Where do their children live?…it sure doesn’t look like they live in that house.

      • Olive says:

        the house is massive – this is likely their “show” bathroom, maybe even “show” entire wing of house to display kanye’s non-functional designs.

    • LadyMTL says:

      This house seems to me to be one of those pretentious places where everything is about form over function. It looks pretty but is totally useless…

    • marmalazed says:

      Haha! That’s exactly what I was wondering.

    • frankly says:

      I have a rectangular vessel sink that is very flat on the bottom AND IT IS THE WORST. Everything sticks to the bottom, and the sides are always dirty because the water doesn’t move fast enough to sweep anything away. On the upside, theirs are easy to wipe down. I’m bustin’ knuckles and breaking nails trying to scrub residue off the inside of a box.

      • Christina says:

        Thanks for the warning, Frankly. We were considering that type of sink.

      • minx says:

        They do look very cool. It’s like the pedestal bathroom sinks that were popular because they look sleek. I’m replacing ours with a regular vanity because we need the storage and also we need more room on the top of the sink and the pedestal sink has none.

  4. Eliza says:

    The bathroom looks like a Flintstones set. Nature and rock. I expected a dinosaur to poke his head in to offer a towel.

    The sink obviously had drains not sure of the controversy.

    • ME says:

      Hahahaha dinosaur…that is funny.

    • leela says:

      @Eliza, there was no controversy, Kim made one up so she can do that video. I think there were 3 people who wondered about the sink and since she has 4 followers she needed to address the majority.

  5. Scarlett says:

    The “bathtub” for all the kids looks either like a feeding trough for farm animals, or something I would see in a morgue/funeral home where they get the bodies ready. I am all for a modern aesthetic, it isn’t my preference but to each their own…..but their home looks so impractical, so unwelcoming, so sterile, so very cold. Ugh. Money cannot buy you good taste, plain and simple.

  6. Nev says:

    If you had millions upon millions why would you want your house to look like everyone else?

    this place is gorgeous and so happening. the green wall against the window! wow.

    • Birdix says:

      And the light box ceiling! Love the idea of soft lightcoming from all over above.
      The bathtub looks fun for two kids splashing around, doesn’t look like a relaxing place to soak though.

      • VintageS says:

        All I can think of is what ugliness will happen when one of the toddlers falls near the edge of that tub.

    • Snowslow says:

      I feel you, they have money. Luxury nowadays is space and minions to clean your white / beige interior, not possessions. Ok.
      However, this seems very uninspired for a “minimal” aesthetic as far as creativity goes. Minimal doesn’t mean empty or colourless it means that each great item you have shines and has its own space.
      The trouble is that each thing they have (except for the piano) is really not interesting in terms of design – which is my opinion, of course, you could disagree.
      Also, minimal doesn’t mean that you don’t have anything around!
      It’s just such literal – stupid really – interpretation of minimalism having an empty house.

      • Wow says:

        Can we not call domestic staff ‘minions’ those jobs have enough stigma without cutting people just earning a living down to stab at Kim Kardashian.

        There is no shame in having a job and there is no shame in employing housekeepers or nannies. I know people who work in multi millionaire homes as domestic staff and they aren’t making the $9 an hour merry maids does. Its hard work, but the person cleaning those sinks is being paid well and working hard.

      • Snowslow says:

        I was obviously putting myself in the place of someone thinking like you describe. Called irony. Also I do think that a house like this with 4 kids must be hell for the people who have to wash it, particularly both KK and Kanye seem very obsessive.

      • Tiffany :) says:

        I agree, Snowslow, I think this is a very poor interpretation of minimalism. It’s not that I dislike that aesthetic in general, I dislike how it was done here.

    • broodytrudy says:

      I think it’s also gorgeous. And they’ve lived there long enough that you know anything which minorly inconvenienced them would be changed immediately. I can’t imagine those are the sinks the kids use. My 3 year old has never used our bathroom sink. She is a kitchen sink or bust girl.

      People have serious hatred for Kim and it’s kind of disturbing? Like she’s totally vapid and shallow, but my god let’s not crucify her for wanting to take the bar in order to work on prison reform. Jfc folks.

      • Stella Alpina says:

        broodytrudy: It’s a boring beige home with a coldly minimal aesthetic. Looks like it was thought up by Kanye, who’s as talented in interior design as he is in fashion design, which is not at all.

        Calling it “serious hatred” is a bit of a stretch. The ones who truly hate her are probably a small, but vocal, group. She’s got her gushing fanatical fans. She’s got some who are indifferent. And she’s got plenty who don’t like her because she is shallow, narcissistic, materialistic, nice when everyone is watching, and often mean to her own siblings. She puts herself out there, welcoming commentary (“lookit my expensive house”), but somehow it’s hatred to call her out on her bullshit and contradictory actions?

        A great predictor of future behavior is past behavior. For Kim and the whole Kardashian Koven, it’s all about the optics. Image is everything. They will shill anything – clothes, makeup, diet tea, snake oil – as long as they can profit.

        Kim’s occasional publicity stunts feeding the homeless during Thanksgiving or volunteering at the L.A. Food Bank are always documented by the cameras. Gotta make sure everyone knows she’s a do-gooder. Seems more like performative charity than anything else. Other celebs have been involved in similar charities for many years and have been volunteering quietly, without publicity. I only know about Jennifer Love Hewitt’s long history of volunteer work at a soup kitchen because she was caught in a pic taken by photographers during Kim’s publicized stint there.

        Several times, Kim has auctioned off her clothes and accessories (many given to her for free) on ebay, with only 10% of the proceeds going to charity. That percentage is the bare minimum ebay requires. The charities that benefit are either her mom’s dubious church (tax fraud scheme) or to the pastor who married her & Kanye. This “pastor” (there’s no evidence he was even ordained) parties with celebs, lives a lavish lifestyle with luxury cars and yachts, and had his own reality tv show. Hmmm, religious leaders who court celebs like Tom Cruise, Bieber, Madonna, Kim & Kanye, etc, as a way of recruiting the paying masses so they can enrich themselves. What Would Jesus Do? The exact opposite.

        Is Kanye starting a church? Pulp fiction writer and Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard once said, “You don’t get rich writing science fiction. If you want to get rich, you start a religion.” Call me cyncial, but it’s amazing how easy it is to dupe a sizeable chunk of the public. Surface image is mistaken for character. You repeat a lie often enough and one day it becomes the truth to some listeners.

        Selling yourself as a sex symbol of sorts has a short shelf life, so now Kim has to cultivate another PR persona that will continue to get her attention. Kim, the legal crusader. Kim is a person of serious depth, y’all! I’ll believe she’s genuinely sincere in her humanitarian work when she’s been doing it half as long as Angelina Jolie, which would be about 9 years.

      • jules says:

        @ stella, yes yes yes and yes. to all you say.

    • Veronica S. says:

      I hate the sinks and find the tub/sink spatial arrangement bizarre (fabric chairs in a bathroom??), but I do like the general setup of the room. Gorgeous patio view.

    • Fubar says:

      @ VintageS That is what I was thinking. Everything has sharp corners. This is a horrible house for people with 4 young children. Kids run in the house. I can see an accident now

  7. jules says:

    I got to stay in a five million dollar house for a few days, the family was friends of my family. They went on vacation and let us stay while they were away. The house was beautiful but cold.
    Cold in that the heat could never warm up the house with all the high ceilings and open spaces, and cold atmosphere-wise. We felt uncomfortable in so many ways the entire stay. It was very eye opening that some people choose to live this way because they think it looks classy.

    And omg the thought of Swift hijacking the perfume bottles is hilarious!

  8. Desolee says:

    Kanye has a certain aesthetic he LOVES. The cololour scheme and utilitarian vibe here is just like most of his fashion collections.

    • Mariposa says:

      I’m no expert on architectural styles, but I was just thinking that this style seems less like minimalism and more like some soviet-style utilitarianism. It’s all sharp corners, dull colours, and no art or soft furnishings. I do like the use of nature – it would be like a prison without that!

      • Still_Sarah says:

        @ Mariposa : You’re right. I was in Beijing two years ago and went to the Forbidden City (Imperial Palace). It was accessed through Tiananmen Square (a very surreal experience for a Westerner) which had large buildings on both sides. The architecture was very much the Soviet style utilitarianism that you mention. Large grey-brown concrete squares from the outside. They were apparently museums but I didn’t have time to go in. It was strange to see such ugly stark buildings surrounded by such wonderful Chinese palaces.

  9. Lightpurple says:

    Please tell me that the windows fog up or something when you’re bathing, showering, or using the toilet. I know there’s no danger of random passerbys but I do suspect they have a yard care service whose staff might be working outside at some point?

    And that is NOT a sink. Sinks have some depth so you can soak things in them. That’s just a faucet and a drain. And good luck if that thing becomes clogged. You have no wiggle room before it overflows.

    • Snowslow says:

      She stopped pretty quickly the water flow as it was starting to accumulate behind the tap…

      • VintageS says:

        Would love to see what happens when kids are kids and use a whole shampoo bottle just to wash their hands.

      • Kebbie says:

        And she only had one side turned on. If she turned both handles the water would have reached the tap twice as fast.

      • leela says:

        @Snowslow, noticed that too. This is a perfect example of Kim caught in blatant nonsense and/or a lie. She said that no matter how high the water pressure there is no backsplash. Of course there is no backsplash as there is no wall behind the faucet or sink. Because that is the definition of backsplash – “a panel behind a sink or stove that protects the wall from splashes”. She’s also misinforming people that you can use her type of sink with as much water pressure as you can. You cannot. That will lead to overflowing and flooding their bathroom floors. A simple hydraulic equation explains this – the volume of her sink is constant, the rate of flow at the drain is constant as well (as the size is constant). The variable is the volume and the pressure of the incoming water. If it becomes more than the capacity of the sink volume, yet the rate of draining is the same, it will overflow. Hence, they say that this design will help to conserve water as you need to maintain the low water pressure of the faucet. Too much and it overflows. Contrary to what Kim says. Given this family’s ostentatiousness and extravagance (she just showed and said on the video that its ok putting the water pressure on high) – its a poor choice of design for them.

        Bottomline, Kim is just being Kim and doing what Kim does, lie and not show the truth. Show an image to support your lie. Which leads me to wonder why people are buying into her legal crusader drama now . . .

      • me says:

        @ leela

        I agree with you. She lies so much it’s hard to believe anything she says. That bathroom does NOT get used. Who is she kidding? This is why it’s so hard for anyone to believe she’s really “studying law” and “acing tests” legitimately. I mean her father had A Lot of connections in the Legal field in LA. You really think she’s not using those connections. LOL I want to know WHO grades her tests and papers. She was in Bali just last week and yet here she is saying how she’s been studying all day and night for her Tort Law exam. Ok honey.

    • whatWHAT? says:

      I was thinking the same. maybe they’re one-way glass? or maybe they’re the kind you can tint on demand?

  10. easyreader says:

    It looks like a prison shower block – albeit larger – no comfort, no colour, no privacy and easy to wash down with a high-pressure hose.

    • Scarlett says:

      I don’t know why but you had me at “easy to wash down with a high-pressure hose”…lmao, I have this mental visual of Kanye and Kim standing with hoses, spraying everything including the children down, every time they raise their heads lmao.

    • Still_Sarah says:

      @ easyreader : that reminds me of a joke that described the “perfect apartment”. Everything in it was waterproof (or could be put away in a waterproof container). In the morning before you left for work, you would hose down the apartment. There was a drain in the middle of a tile floor that slanted ever so slightly towards the drain. When you came home from work, everything was clean and dry!

      It was a joke of course :)

  11. elimaeby says:

    I understand the aesthetic and that it looks pretty neat, but I cannot imagine living like that for the life of me. When I was younger and dreamed of fame and fortune, I pictured plush velour couches with faux-fur throws, thick rugs on wood floors, huge, fat candles on every surface and bookcases everywhere. That was fancy to me. This abject minimalism would depress the f**k out of me.

  12. JinnyBye says:

    I love it. And I love sinks like that. So easy to clean and it stops you being wasteful and filling up a big basin when there’s no need to.

    The sink won’t overflow unless you block the drain. The ‘basin’ is just very spread out.

    • MOT says:

      I agree…if u have a made To clean them every morning.. which they do …then they are kind a cool

    • Erinn says:

      I like them too, but I’d prefer more of an angle/indent. I like the aspect of being able to just wipe across though and not have weird nooks. The toothpaste issue that was brought up above is something I’d have to consider, but if you’re not using a ton of it and you’re breaking it down by scrubbing good, it wouldn’t be too much of a problem. I’d rather take a quick swipe to a surface as I used it than have to spend time scrubbing something with more angles/corners/whatever.

      • me says:

        It would be a lot easier to accidentally drop something in that sink hole wouldn’t it? Now imagine with kids in the house. They’d be dropping everything in there…even a toothbrush could fall down that. I can see a child just standing there putting crayons in that sink and watching them one by one roll and drop into that sink hole lol.

  13. Snowslow says:

    I am really trying to give the new KK a break and see her as this empowered person studying law.
    But the vocal fry, the vapid comments, the presentation of an empty house passing for minimalism just reminds me that I met many many stupid lawyers.
    She is the empowerment of this Google society where the more you expose the more you have, the more we participate in the “reality” world the more you are selling your attention to the power of nothing.

  14. vava says:

    By the title of this post I was anticipating Kim explaining her big, out of proportion rear end along with some explanation of the sinks. LOL! Obviously I haven’t had enough coffee this morning…

  15. Gobo says:

    I’d hate to try to wash my face in (on?) that sink. I like it for hand washing though.

  16. savvyio says:

    1. Where is the soap?

    2. They went through 8 prototypes. That is such a waste of resources.

    • Um says:

      That’s what I was wondering. Do they not use soap? Is everything just jammed under the counter and they have to pull out the soap and then put it away every time they wash their hands? And what happened to all of the prototypes? Did they donate them to habitat for humanity?

  17. gingersnaps says:

    That is awful!
    I’m having our bathroom done and we’ve already set a date for the bathroom fitter to start working on it in May but I’ve yet to finalise what floor to go with. Initially, it was going to be tiled but we scrapped it and are now choosing among luxury vinyl tiles, cork flooring or soft cushion flooring. The bath that we’ve chosen is a reinforced shower bath as we’ve got a nearly 3 year old cheeky boy. Kanye’s bath looks harsh and to think that the children will be using that? Yikes.

    • EmmGee says:

      Personal recommendation for the LV tiles. We just completed new home construction and had them done in the bathrooms and entryway and they are absolutely fantastic! We chose a slate stone look and you really cannot tell the difference between actual tiles. Easy to clean as well.

      • gingersnaps says:

        Thanks! I’ve just got samples of the cork flooring and Malmo lvt click tile flooring but I’m still waiting for the Karndean lvt samples because that’s what I really want to have done on the bathroom floor.

    • Jag says:

      Also consider bamboo flooring. Easily renewable and durable, and it can look really good.

  18. LNG says:

    I haven’t actually watched the video (and I really don’t want to, please don’t make me), so I could be totally wrong, but this house must have at least 4-5 bathrooms, so surely this one isn’t used by the kids? My toddler would slip on the floor (which will definitely be wet) and do a header off the edge of that tub in no time.

    It’s weird for sure (I don’t think I’d be down with using a toilet in a giant room with clear glass), but that sink would be super easy to clean (for the maid to clean that is) and they are supposed to encourage water conservation.

    • Veronica S. says:

      I don’t mind a shallow basin sink, but I’m curious how exactly they encourage water conservation. I’m going to use the same amount of water to clean my face/hands as I would with a deeper one. It’s not like I’m filling the sink with water to do such a thing unless I’m intentionally plugging it for a purpose.

  19. Veronica S. says:

    I feel like that level of minimalism is the new Hollywood gauche. It just screams “I pay lots of people to constantly clean up after me” and “I have multiple homes and barely stay here.” It’s humble bragging disguised as aesthetic.

  20. jules says:

    Also this photo just cracks me up, I imagine her standing there posing all seductive while someone is throwing a bucket of cold water on her. Straight out of zoolander.

  21. Michelle says:

    Those sinks – that is where a fool and a lot of his money was soon parted…

  22. dirk says:

    HAHAHAHAHAHA that’s so stupid. Not design, but the absence of it.

  23. ME says:

    I highly doubt Taylor gives a sh*t or even knew about their perfume launch. Now I do believe Kim and Kylie changed the date of their launch because Swift fans were talking. They just used the excuse of a “bottling issue”.

    That bathroom never gets used. You can tell. There are no bathroom rugs to step on when you get out of the shower or tub. It’s hardwood floor ! Is there even a plug for a hair dryer in there?

  24. Isa says:

    I like minimalism, but this isn’t my style. It looks so depressing.

    • Dee says:

      It’s like an old gulag! Can you imagine how freezing you’d feel in that horrible pointy bathtub in the open air? Nothing cozy or warm or colourful or friendly at all. Poor little rich kids.

  25. Jay says:

    Love the Lightbox, love the view to the patio, love the full mirror behind the sink, like the showers a lot, and I think I”d like the sinks? It’s just me, so I wouldn’t have to worry about Littles. But that tub does not look relaxing. It fits all the kids, sure, but how many times will they bonk their heads hard against the corners of it?!

  26. Rocķy says:

    Where are the mirrors?

    • Anastasia says:

      Pretty much everywhere. I thought at first this bathroom had four sinks, but there’s just a wall of mirror behind it.

      • me says:

        How far do you have to look while brushing/flossing your teeth in that bathroom (yeah I know they don’t really use that bathroom, it’s so obvious) but those mirrors are too far away from the damn sink.

  27. Branvoyage says:

    LOL I thought from the headline that she was going to explain her weird ass, and also her sinks.
    I hate the sink, and just their style with everything I’ve seen of their home. But whatever, to each their own.

  28. Ella says:

    KIM? She’s still a thing?

  29. HeyThere! says:

    Ummm the soap?? The hand towel to dry your hands?! So everything is hidden or is this like college where you take your ‘travel bag and shower shoes’ to the bathroom with you…and then back to your room when you are done?!?! LOL I don’t hate the look, it just isn’t functional at all! Just seems strange but it is beautiful. Or maybe this water is special rich people water that sanitizes your hands just running it under the water?! Then some weird hidden space blows out hot air to dry your hands?? Does a maid follow them to the bathroom holding all the stuff they need?! LOL I HAVE QUESTIONS!!

    • Snowslow says:

      Special Rich People Water would totally be a think KK would buy!! LOL

    • PK says:

      Does anyone really believe they use this bathroom? There is no soap or shampoo in the shower. There is literally no place to hang a towel in that bathroom…no bath mats either and there is hardwood floor. In the “real world” those mirrors and that glass wall would have tiny handprints all over them ! Kids like to touch everything ! I’m just imaging with that light box how much power is used at night in that room. These types of rich folks don’t care about conserving anything do they?

  30. PK says:

    Can someone tell me who actually grades these tests she’s been taking? Is the test taken at home or a Law Office or what? Is it done on-line? She seems to get her results back the same day she takes her test.

  31. asdfa says:

    I’m actually into this overall, except that the sinks are indeed insane. is this a wet room? because otherwise this can’t work…

  32. TheHeat says:

    So, I am in the minority, but I kind of like it. I enjoy the fact that the trees outside do “all the talking” in the space. I’m not a huge fan of the tub, mind you.
    This is obviously not a child’s bathroom; I’m sure the kids (and their nannies) have their own wing of the house.

  33. Lynne says:

    She has water trickling into a slit…there is no sink. And so weird it has to be explained…..form follows function and their ‘sink’ has no function. Well, no sink.
    The baby bar is June or July. The more she talks about how easy Law is for her……the more I think she knows that somehow she will for sure pass (elbow elbow….wink wink)
    She even has the paps waiting in some random parking lot when she is going to meet her mentors for a in house test….Kwim?

    • ME says:

      Yeah I saw that pic and was like “hmmm ok she def called the paps!”. One minute she says how she had to “disconnect” from everyone/everything to focus on Law and the next minute she’s announcing it to the world and making sure the paps are there to take pics.

  34. Anastasia says:

    They showed this on my local news (eye roll) and the newscasters said “well at least hair can’t clog up that drain!”

    Uh, that drain is more than big enough for hair. And if there is no metal filter or mesh or something beneath it, then yeah, hair is going to clog the hell out of the pipes.

    So dumg. More dollars than sense.

  35. milo says:

    I thought when I quick read the title that this article was going to be her explaining her weird ass…

  36. steen says:

    Where is their toilet?

  37. Suzy says:

    What a sad, sterile, joyless house. That’s not a home. I’ll take my 1200 sq ft home with bright colors, eclectic, mostly hand-me-down furniture, any day. It may be old, worn-down and desperately in need of a paint job, but it’s happy and homey. Their house looks like a big doctor’s office.

  38. shells_bells says:

    High five to Kaiser for the excellently worded title.

  39. Shannon says:

    OK. I’m just convinced now that this house is strictly for show and they’ve got a whole other spread either upstairs or downstairs where people actually live normally. Because I cannot see anyone actually living in this space. That bathtub is the stuff of nightmares, and the sinks are just dumb. And why are there so many?

  40. SJR says:

    I bet that house cost more money then my entire family will earn in our lifetimes.
    Ugh. I don’t like it at all. The lovely greenery is fine but the rest, no good.

    I watched about 10 minutes of KUwtK, once.

    I can not understand how these Kardashians are so popular.

    But, as Charlie Sheen once famously said, “Kim Kardashian is an American success story. She made herself a millionaire using just her ass.” I think that was actually a line on Two and a Half Men, so most likely Chuck Lorre wrote it.

  41. Littlefishmom says:

    I love it!!!

  42. A sink you can’t submerge something into. GENIUS I TELL YOU!

    Pffft.

  43. Sammie says:

    I’m pretty sure they are still up to their eyeballs in debt over this house. It took years for them to finish and that’s why Kim was so hellbent on trying to save it from the wildfires.

  44. ladyK says:

    I like the look – It’d be great for a couple or a single person who works alot and just wants style and minimal commitment. But its function is a bathroom for children – i have two kids and after showers the floor is soaked, there are towels everywhere, toys left around – what happens when one of the kids slips on that slick a** floor and hits their head on that tub corner? Idiots.

  45. sommolierlady says:

    The corners on the tub will slice a kid up. They are such pretentious assholes.

  46. Beer&Crumpets says:

    I would be so sad if I had to come home to that house at the end of every day.

    And those sinks are bullshit.

  47. Karla says:

    I was hoping it would be “Kim Kardashian Finally Explains Her Weird Ass”