The television diva opened the doors of her house to put order and show what she stores.
Khloé Kardashian, 36, revealed some of her intimacy on an episode of Netflix's "The Home Edit" show hosted by celebrity favorite organizers Joanna Teplin and Clea Shearer. The "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star opened the doors of his Los Angeles mansion, where he lives with his 2-year-old daughter True Thompson, who he shares with NBA player Tristan Thompson.
The Good American co-founder surprised female drivers with everything they had to order, especially in her impressive but messy garage. Although they walked through various spaces of the house, the back was real chaos. There was a bit of everything. Although it wasn't that messy, the reality show diva wasn't happy with what her eyes saw every day.
Teplin and Shearer started by grouping things into categories and built several shelves on the walls with transparent boxes. Everything was labeled: makeup, clothes, gifts. True's toys also created a headache for computers, who couldn't find where to put them. The girl has a collection of toy cars that she cannot use yet.
The main problem for Khloé was "being able to see them in harmony and a better light." The experts in the order decided to create a mini parking lot with pink ribbons delimiting the spaces. The Kardashian-Jenner clan diva ended up loving the result. The rest of the toys were also ordered and in a place where the girl could take them without any problem.
Kardashian arrived at her new mansion last year after listing her old property for sale for the modest price of $ 18.95 million. The imposing property is located in the exclusive gated community The Oaks of Calabasas, in Los Angeles, California. The residence has six bedrooms and seven bathrooms. Khloé bought it after ending her turbulent marriage to Lamar Odom in late 2013.