Judging by the interior of her Hollywood home, Kylie Jenner wasn’t entirely realistic in her approach to parenthood… And, judging by the interior of her Hollywood home, Kylie Jenner wasn’t entirely realistic in her approach to parenthood.
An image of the star’s living quarters shows her main family space is beautifully designed – but not remotely child-proof. Sharing a photograph online as part of Snapchat stories, the brunette beauty showcased a host of potential problems for baby Stormi.
In fact, it has the potential to be a veritable collision course when the youngster eventually starts crawling. First, there’s a sharp-edged coffee table which is toddler height. Made of clear glass and filled with gold leaves, it’s destined to catch the tot’s imagination.
On top of this designer centre-piece sits a Taschen book by photographer Bettina Rheims, which retails for $70. Perfect for being ripped and drawn on. Then, just a few feet away, there’s an open fireplace with roaring flames for added anxiety.
Above this feature is a signed Basquiat print worth $50,000, while a ‘melting’ brass table by Zhipeng Tan occupies an adjacent corner for $25,000. As if this wasn’t enough there’s also white carpets and matching sofas, which practically demand mucky hand-prints.