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After a month of anticipation, Kourtney Kardashian has finally launched her new project, Poosh: a lifestyle site on which she aims to share her favorite beauty, wellness, design, and lifestyle tips and tricks. The natural living-focused vibe it conveys, admittedly, feels a bit inspired by to another celebrity brand with a not dissimilar name (rhymes with soup).
The posts on the site thus far reveal anything from the Kardashian’s favorite smoothie recipes to her go-to natural beauty products and her must-have coffee table books. The stories we can’t stop looking at, however, are those that showcase her children’s bedroom decor.
Working with Kardashian-favorite interior designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard, the mom of three assembled rooms that would appeal to her children’s personalities, needs, and taste, all while maintaining a high level of styling for the under-10 set. Upon closer look, we can’t help but notice a few, well, untraditional choices that have left us with a few questions—let’s take a look.
A Scary Artwork in a Pink Princess Room
Six-year-old Penelope’s bedroom is rife with rag dolls, pastel pink, and soft, cozy things (including a shearling-covered Jean Royere chair that, in all likelihood, retails for around $10k). That’s why it’s a bit shocking that a frankly creepy skeleton painting by contemporary artist Connor Tingley would find its home here. Let’s just hope that it doesn’t induce nightmares.
A Bounty of Bunk Beds
The Star Wars theme of nine-year-old Mason’s room is designed with aplomb—at first glance, it’s possible you wouldn’t even stop to think about the fact that this space for one person features a whopping four beds. Sure, Kardashian notes that the double full-size bunk bed design of her eldest son’s room makes slumber parties easy, but we can’t help but feel like on an ordinary night it might just feel a bit… empty.
A Travel Book Collection for Toddlers
Four-year-old Reign already seems like quite the jet-setter, judging by his bedroom. The toddler’s bookshelf is filled with playthings and prime reading material whic includes a collection of “kid-friendly travel books,” proving that it’s never too early (in life) to start planning your next vacation.
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