Kim Kardashian's skincare brand SKKN has released Home Accessories Collection, a five-piece homeware collection designed to mimic the "calming aesthetic and neutral colour palette of Kardashian's home".
The five-piece range, which is the first homeware collection released by the American TV reality personality, is made entirely from concrete and designed to be used in the bathroom.
"Each decorative piece is crafted from hand-poured concrete and infused with a minimalist design that mimics the calming aesthetic and neutral color palette of Kardashian’s home," SKKN said.
"Designed to marry art and functionality, the collection reimagines the home into a serene, clutter-free oasis," the brand added.
Kardashian described the collection, which includes a vanity tray, spherical storage container, tissue box, waste basket and a canister with a lid, as "modern, minimalistic elegance".
It was designed to complement her Axel Vervoordt and Vincent Van Duysen-designed California home, where plush rounded furniture in creamy hues features predominantly.
"I knew I wanted to complement my skincare collection with home accessories, designed to display my products and elevate the home with modern, minimalistic elegance," said Kardashian.
"When designing this collection, I wanted to bring the monochromatic interior design elements from my home to others. I'm excited to be able to share this collection with everyone."
All of the stone products come in a shade of grey that stems from Kardashian's signature neutral grey and beige colour palette, which many refer to as "greige" and which the celebrity has used in both her home and for her clothing collections.
The SKKN By Kim logo is embossed on the front.
"Each piece has its own unique texture and stone effect with an ornate patina occurring over time, making no two pieces exactly the same," SKKN said.
This is Kardashian's first official homeware range, but the reality star is no stranger to product design and often discussed her love of interior design and architecture on the hit reality TV show Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
"I love home design, I love furniture, I love everything about the aesthetic of a home and I think it says so much about you," she said in an Instagram reel announcing the collection launch.
"The one thing that I feel like really stood out to me is that there wasn't good home accessories that you could have in your bathroom."
Kardashian launched her skincare brand SKKN this summer. In 2019, Kardashian entered the shapewear market with the launch of Skims, which recently unveiled an adaptive collection for people with disabilities. The brand opened its first pop-up store in October of last year with a shiny interior by designer Willo Perron.
Images are courtesy of SKKN.