Kardashian fans share theory about why Kim's $60M LA mansion is beige and so 'boring' | The Sun

KARDASHIAN fans have shared a theory about why Kim's $60M Los Angeles mansion is so beige.

The Hulu star showed off plenty of her luxurious residence when she hosted a Minions party, which was labeled as "wasteful."

It all kicked off when the 41-year-old posted various clips of her eye-opening movie party including piñatas, rollerbladers, and more than enough balloons.

However, fans also got another look at the inside of the star's mansion which features plenty of beige.

Followers were quick to take to an online thread to share a theory about why Kim has decided to keep it all one shade of color: so the mom of four can hold events there without the schemes clashing.

Others were quick to react as one wrote: "An event space that can be rented out for ads… makes sense why it is so plain now."

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Another chimed in: "Her house is trippy… like is this really a home or a museum…?"

"The amount of waste they produce is insane, hundreds of gallons for just one event," one follower added.

While fans are not all about Kim's mansion, the reality star herself has criticized her own living space, too.

Back in 2021, Kim made a harsh comment about her pricey pad during an episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians.

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In the episode, Kim had her mom, Kris Jenner, over amid the momager's search for a new house.

She told Kris: “You’re going to love this area. I’m doing an LED screen the size of the blue outline.

“The whole wall will be a TV. And then getting a big run and a huge circle couch that’s like a U and super deep.”

The SKIMS founder then showed off her living room which was completely covered in plastic wrap as a large hole sat in the middle of her wall.

“I have never known you to not be in construction in this house since you bought it,” Kris said.

“I know. It’s the money pit,” Kim responded with an annoyed tone and eye roll.


Years before they would end up getting a divorce, Kim and Kanye West purchased the home for $20 million in 2013.

They spent the following five years making extravagant renovations that cost millions before they would eventually move in.

In 2020, the now ex-couple sat down to share the inspirations behind their minimalistic designs – which were mocked by fans as "morgue-like" – in an issue of Architectural Digest.

The rapper said the "futuristic Belgian monastery" style of the house was "inspired" by his firstborn daughter, North.

Nearly every inch of the home was designed by the controversial hitmaker along with home interiors Axel Vervoordt and Claudio Silvestrin.

Kim explained how the Grammy winner even designed details such as the bathroom sink: "So the sink, Kanye drew this. Kanye, Axel Vervoordt, and Claudio Silvestrin…"


While Kim has been ripped for her beige mansion, her sister Khloe has also seen backlash for her similar interior designing taste at her $17M mansion.

Khloe, 38, showed off her completed Hidden Hills mega-mansion next door to her mom Kris in an episode of The Kardashians.

The whole house had been decked out in neutral tones with pale wood flooring, gray rugs and sleek black windows.

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One fan wrote on an online thread: "Honestly, two years to build a boring white mega-mansion as if that’s so hard to find. Nothing special about it and no warmth to it at all."

"All so beige and unoriginal," one added.

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