When kanye posted pictures of the inside of the former couple's Hidden Hills residence on Twitter in April 2018, Kanye West caused some friction with his then-wife, Kim
The couple paid $20 million for the mansion in 2014, but Kris Jenner, the mother of reality star Kim Kardashian, claimed in April 2018 that the property was then worth $60 million.
Following an extensive makeover, during which they remained with Kim Kardashian's mother, the pair moved into the home in December 2017.
The youngsters have a variety of everything you can think of, including cuddly animals and ride-on horses, in addition to (not seen) musical instruments set up around a play stage.
Even if it is permitted, color is carefully incorporated into the playroom. The walk-in craft closet is incredibly well-organized with containers, and the costumes have a separate area for hanging.
The Kardashian mansion at least has one space that isn't painted in beige tones: the room where her oldest kid North sleeps.
Shiro Tsujimura, a Japanese artist, made the porcelain vases that are perched atop the island in Kim Kardashian's kitchen.
To reassure them that she does indeed store food in her refrigerators for her family, Kardashian gave them a tour of her enormous walk-in refrigerator and pantry.
Kardashian's Christmas tree was sprayed white before being decorated with white lights because evergreen is not a color that appears in her decor.
The sparse foyer of the Kardashian mansion certainly sets the scene for what you'll encounter while viewing the rest of the property.
Other bathroom fixtures that are austere, perplexing, and probably quite expensive are the enigmatic sinks.
Axel Vervoordt, a Belgian architect, was hired by the ex-couple to fully refurbish the house, giving it a stark, almost-cathedral-like appearance, as shown in another image West posted on Twitter.
According to Kardashian, the specially made counter has a tiny slope so that water hits the surface and runs through a drain slot at the edge.