“Our home decor taste tends to be minimal and modern,” Kardashian, 37, wrote in a post on her app. But the children, who live in a Hidden Hills, California, mansion, are allowed to “run wild” in the playroom. “That’s where all the markers, paints and colors are,” Kardashian revealed. “By the time they’re done there, they have no desire to take a pen to our white furniture, lol!”
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star kicked off her list with a $24.99 wooden sushi set from Hape Toys. Each kit comes complete with essentials including assorted rolls and soy sauce. Kardashian also loves the brand’s $99.99 wood and magnetic railway set. Coolest feature: little builders get to create their own railways.
When Chicago hits 12 months, she can practice moving around on two feet with the $30 wooden Walk ’N Roll from Plan Toys. It makes a fun clattering sound when pushed. But for the now, the infant is enjoying the $18 Estella hot sauce organic rattle crafted with organic 100 percent cotton.
Meanwhile, Kardashian and West, 40, never have to worry about North and Saint marking up their white couches thanks to Pirasta’s $20.95 (63 x 36-inch!) Food Fight! coloring poster made with vegetable ink on recycled paper. Kitpas, their crayons of choice, are eco-friendly and created by Japanese brand Nihon Rikagaku. A pack of 16 crayons will set you back $20!
Kardashian learned her lesson about having a tricked out playroom when North was a baby. As she told Architectural Digest in January: “One time I walked in and my daughter had purple nail polish all over her little kid’s vanity, all over her toys, and all over the walls and I had just left the room for not even five minutes.”
For access to all our exclusive celebrity videos and interviews – Subscribe on YouTube!