Handbag closets and walk-in wardrobes are so passe’ – Kris Jenner has a dedicated dish room and it is filled with $25,000 of designer crockery which includes a $640 Gucci teapot and Hermes tableware.

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Kris Jenner is a force to reckon. The mother has single-handedly turned her daughters into billionaires and millionaires. As well as she has her offspring’s life organized, her home too is a space that reflects her need for order and perfection. The world recently got a peek into the momager’s lavish $20,000 dish room.

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The room (more like a crockery chamber) looked palatial with $640 Gucci teapot, $550 Hermès tableware, and like their handbag closets, color-coded plates, and china. Kourtney Kardashian’s website Poosh took the world on this free-of-cost China trip where they have dubbed the room a mini-museum of dishes.

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Among the several Hermès and Gucci tableware are a few custom dishes that stand out with portraits of her famous daughters painted onto them.

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I guess when you live in a sprawling 10,000 sq. ft. mansion in LA’s exclusive Hidden Hills area; you can afford to have a gallery of whatever you like. Kris Jenner’s bag love is no news to the world, and she had dedicated a whole closet for her totes, most of which were Hermès Birkin. While the closet in itself was quite a beauty, the neon “Need Money for Birkin” flashy signboard was a touch of class by LA artist Beau Dunn.

Kylie Jenner’s handbag closet is a fashionista’s dream come true.

Following mommy’s footsteps, makeup mogul Kylie Jenner also got herself a massive color-coded handbag closet valued at $1 million. Coming back to Kris Jenner’s room of dishes, many people were put off by her over-the-top showoff.

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As usual, haters were quick to rebuke this uninhibited display of wealth, ‘This dish room is as big as my bedroom,’ noted one person. Another pointed out, ‘There are children starving, and then there are people collecting dinnerware…’ If Kris Jenner not buying chinaware could bring world peace, I am sure the woman would’ve given up her penchant for plates years ago.

[Via – Poosh]

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