Kim Kardashian has announced her new home accessories line under her skincare brand SKKN. She discussed it in a new interview with Architectural Digest earlier this week. The line will launch on October 6 with five concrete products: a vanity tray, a round container, a canister, a tissue box and a waste basket.
Kim, 41, told the publication, “I love concrete and gray tones, it feels really zen to me. When I was designing the packaging for my Skkn by Kim skin-care line, I wanted the packaging to look really good in my own home. All my inspiration was concrete sculpture and varying shades of stone. For these new home accessories, I wanted to make sure they really complemented the skin-care line, and were designed to display my products and elevate any home with modern, minimalistic elegance.”
The Kardashians star said her homeware line is helpful for her mental wellness as well adding, “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.”
Kim took to Instagram Stories yesterday (September 29) to give a tour of her bathroom and bedroom using her new line. “I love these five pieces that we’re launching with. I need to hide all of the not-so-pretty things,” Kim said as she filmed herself in her bathroom.
The price for each item ranges from $65 to $129 or the set can be bundled for $355. ; she described the product in a video post, Kardashian gave more descriptions of her collection.
The tissue box costs $89. “This looks just so good on the counter,” Kim says in her Stories. “Elevate any room with the Tissue Box, crafted from sculpted concrete.” The round canister costs $69 and is modeled after her SKKN moisturizer. She unveiled cotton pads in her video and says that is what she would probably normally fill it to wipe off exfoliator or put on toner. The “little” canister is $65 and was filled with Q-tips, but as Kim says in the video, “If you’re not a ‘Q-tip’ person, I would put my toothbrush and my toothpaste.” The “sturdy” vanity tray costs $65 and holds her SKKN products. For those who have a few pieces of her skincare line, Kim suggests filling the empty space in the tray with towels to “mix it up.” Finally, the wastebasket will cost $129 and Kim says, “You obviously need it. You need a cute place to put your ugly trash.”
Kim closed the video in her sitting room and said, “I love home design, I love furniture. I love everything about the aesthetics of a home. I think it says so much about you. And the one thing that I feel like really stood out to me is that there wasn’t really good home accessories that you can have in your bathroom. So that’s why I wanted to give them to you guys.”
After unveiling the homeware line, people shared their thoughts on the aesthetics and the high price point of the collection. Folks on Instagram described it as “prisoncore,” “mausoleum chic,” “void of life” and that it was “giving Flintstones.” See what people are saying about the new SKKN collection on Twitter below: