All these months, I have felt terrible about staying indoors. After having a look at the homes of the Rich Kids of Instagram, I feel worse. Not only is my home the size of their powder room, but it’s also making me question every interior decoration move I’ve ever made. Getting back on the subject of Rich Kids and their homes, the fact that their houses are palatial and done up beautifully is a given; making them all the more desirable are added features like indoor basketball, cinema rooms & pools. The pandemic put a break in their perpetual travel plans resulting in these wealthy Instagrammers posting pictures of their lavish dwellings. With ostentatious living rooms, grand patios, and even stunning kitchens, these Rich Kids clearly have everything working for them. Read on to tread on the road of jealousy as you peruse the jaw-dropping displays of mind-boggling homes below:
That’s British television personality Mark-Francis Vandelli, best known for his role on the E4 series Made in Chelsea. He is seen posing not on a set but as a backdrop of his own home. A lover of palaces, perhaps?
When not shooting hoops, Prince PD also succumbed to everyone’s only ray of the home during the coronavirus pandemic- Netflix and chilling. Although that home looks nothing short of a luxe movie theatre with an endless supply of popcorn, I’m sure!
Just an Olympic sized pool won’t do! The enormous pool has got to be accompanied by a very stunning artificial stone waterfall to add pizzazz to the pool and the many parties that will take place there.
That’s the chandelier placed in the foyer of another ‘Rich Kids’ home, which cost a staggering $32m. The waterfall-effect installation starts at the ceiling and goes down into the floorboards.
[Via: The Sun]