Kim Kardashian’s ostentatious Christmas trees and ornaments are a visual feast every year over the holidays.  Kardashian spreads festive cheer every year by going big—and sparkly—with sculptures that look like trees and Christmas trees in her bathroom.  The reality TV star recently showed her followers around her Christmas-decorated Calabasas, California, house, calling it a veritable slice of winter paradise.

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The mother of four had at least a hundred genuine Christmas trees up both inside and outside the house she used to live in with her ex-husband, Kanye West. There are twenty-six Christmas trees in one hallway. Like with a lot of Kardashian-related stuff, it was hard to tell what was real and what wasn’t.

Reaction to Kim Kardashian’s Christmas trees

Despite Kardashian’s insistence that the trees are real and smell lovely, a number of users believe that the trees are just flocked trees coated in a combination of paper, cornstarch, and boron that imitates snow and acts as a flame retardant. Some detractors say the trees are unsightly and point out that flocking poses environmental problems.

“People who are mentally ok don’t hoard and waste resources like this,” a Reddit member stated. When she’s through with it, where does all that crap go? In reality, I think they look nasty, and there are better methods to reduce the risk of a fire, but if your entire house is full with them, it’s definitely safer this way, said another commenter.

Kim Kardashian’s status as a celebrity businesswoman with a greenwashing problem adds to the criticism she faces from the anti-consumption online community. Her proposed solution to the global warming issue, bras with artificial nipples, has received a lot of backlash for being an absurd overreaction. Kardashian’s Christmas trees décor may appear opulent, but it’s obvious that the internet doesn’t think it’s very cute.

Kim Kardashian bathroom

Kim Kardashian, a mother of four, transformed her bathroom into a “hot chocolate” sanctuary and shared her most recent Elf on the Shelf creation on Instagram.

She disclosed the naughty behavior of the elves in a video, saying, “The hot chocolate is in the bathtub since the mugs were lost, according to the note in the kitchen.

The festive arrangement included a brown liquid-filled tub that resembled cocoa, embellished with a variety of marshmallow sizes, red and green ornaments, and chocolate kisses that formed the word “ELF.” Kim said, “This is crazy,” and even turned on the tap to demonstrate the tub’s legitimacy. This is Willy Wonka in real life. The entire container is made of chocolate.

The imaginative Elf on the Shelf sceneries created by the Kardashian-Jenner family are well-known. In a similar vein, Khloe Kardashian said via Snapchat that her daughter True requested two different elves this year, each with their own special qualities. Khloe Kardashian was also feeling merry.

Kourtney Kardashian Barker, meantime, celebrated the beginning of her “elf season” with a sledding scene that had elves adhered to foil plates that represented sleds.

Not to be outdone, Kris Jenner demonstrated her devotion to her elf responsibilities by showing 13 Elf on the Shelf dolls that she had personalized for her 13 grandkids, including the most recent addition, Rocky, the son of Kardashian Barker.

The sink in Kim Kardashian’s once-controversial bathroom was without its visible basin. She detailed the interior designer Axel Vervoordt, architect Claudio Silvestrin, and her ex-husband Kanye West’s design in a subsequent Instagram Story. The distinct inclination of the sink averts water splashing, dispelling any early uncertainty among enthusiasts.

Kim and her four children still live in the $20 million Hidden Hills property that she bought in 2014 after splitting from Kanye West.

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