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Kylie Jenner showcases her ‘super simple’ 15ft Christmas tree that ‘matches her furniture and vibe’

Kylie Jenner showcases her ‘super simple’ 15ft Christmas tree that ‘matches her furniture and vibe’


Kylie Jenner treated her fans to a look at her Christmas decorations inside her massive $6M mansion in Hidden Hills, California on Monday.

The 22-year-old beauty – who wore a beige sweater and black PVC slacks – had her daughter Stormi with her as she walked around her home showing off the 15ft tree in her entrance way as well as the tree in her dining room and the two extra ones in her remodeled kitchen during her YouTube channel video.

And though the decor was over-the-top even by rich people’s standards, the makeup mogul insisted she ‘kept things super simple’ this year. 

KISS! Kylie Jenner claimed to be keeping things ‘super simple’ this holiday season when she debuted he 15ft Christmas tree that was decorated to match her ‘furniture and vibe’

‘This year I decided to go really simple, match with my furniture and my decor,’ she said on Monday. 

‘I did my trees super simple this year. I just wanted to do matte white ornaments to match my furniture, to match my vibe,’ she continued. 

The video saw the Kylie Cosmetics founder showcase her 15ft tree with daughter Stormi, one, by her side. 

No fuss look: 'I did my trees super simple this year. I just wanted to do matte white ornaments to match my furniture, to match my vibe.

No fuss look: ‘I did my trees super simple this year. I just wanted to do matte white ornaments to match my furniture, to match my vibe.

Grand: Stormi was seen looking up adoringly at the massive tree in her home

Grand: Stormi was seen looking up adoringly at the massive tree in her home 

Kylie confessed that she initially had more grand ideas, but after seeing flora expert, Jeff Latham, and his team begin with matte white ornaments, she opted to keep it at that.     

‘Originally I wanted to do my tree winter wonderland and have the polar bears climbing up the tree, all white and magical,’ she shared. 

‘But when they got here, they just started putting on these simple matte white ornaments and I really loved how simple and pretty it looked so I kept it just like this.’ 

Initial vision: 'Originally I wanted to do my tree winter wonderland and have the polar bears climbing up the tree, all white and magical,' she shared

Initial vision: ‘Originally I wanted to do my tree winter wonderland and have the polar bears climbing up the tree, all white and magical,’ she shared

Massive: Kylie shared that the tree was real and was about 15 feet tall

Massive: Kylie shared that the tree was real and was about 15 feet tall

Kylie shared that the tree was real and was about 15 feet tall. 

She also had smaller but just as bold trees in her dining room, two in the kitchen and one outside. 

Her tree was assembled last Wednesday – keeping it fresh before Christmas. 

It comes after Kylie spent a whopping $13,000 on her faux gold centerpiece in 2018.  

Holiday everywhere! She also had smaller but just as bold trees in her dining room, two in the kitchen and one outside

Holiday everywhere! She also had smaller but just as bold trees in her dining room, two in the kitchen and one outside

Holiday everywhere! She also had smaller but just as bold trees in her dining room, two in the kitchen and one outside

Fresh is best! Her tree was assembled last Wednesday - keeping it fresh before Christmas

Fresh is best! Her tree was assembled last Wednesday – keeping it fresh before Christmas

Not your usual decorations! Kylie showcased the massive white balls on her Instagram Stories last week

Not your usual decorations! Kylie showcased the massive white balls on her Instagram Stories last week 

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‘This is something that most likely would have had to be conceived of and ordered almost as soon as the holidays ended last year,’ said former Obama White House Christmas tree florist, Ashley Greer to People last year. 

She estimated the tree would’ve cost $6000 before the accessories and labor charges. 

‘The standard rule is to use 100 lights for every foot of tree,’ she explained, adding; ‘for a 20-foot tree, it’s probably closer to 150 lights per foot.’ 

The math brought Kylie’s light bulb count to 3000 – adding $657 to the price tag. 

Spared no expense! It comes after Kylie spent a whopping $13,000 on her faux gold centerpiece in 2018

Spared no expense! It comes after Kylie spent a whopping $13,000 on her faux gold centerpiece in 2018

2017 vibe! 2017 saw her decorate with pink baubles

2017 vibe! 2017 saw her decorate with pink baubles 

Ashley estimated 288 baubles were used for $3,560 before labor and delivery fees.    

‘I would guess that Jeff [Leatham] had a minimum of six people working for two hours and probably needed a scissor lift to reach the top — for another $2,450, bringing the total Christmas look to $12,667.  

Kylie has never strayed away from extravagant Christmas trees. 

Besides 2019’s ‘super simple’ look and 2018’s gold masterpiece, 2017 saw her decorate with pink baubles and 2016 with silver. 

Old look: 2016 saw Kylie kiss then boyfriend Tyga in front of her white and silver tree

Old look: 2016 saw Kylie kiss then boyfriend Tyga in front of her white and silver tree 



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