Kylie Jenner is not that open about sharing details of the house in which she lives and brings up daughter Stormi Webster.
The 22-year-old billionaire make-up mogul has a stylish home in Hidden Hills, California and it takes a certain amount of detective work to find insights into where she lives.
Thankfully, as a prolific Instagram user, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star gives a few peeks into her home and it is every bit as jaw-dropping as you could imagine.
Here is a look behind the gates of Kylie's home;
In the bedroom
Kylie is certainly pretty in pink when it comes to the bedroom with the room tinged in a rosy colour.
A huge neon sign dominates the fireplace, which proclaims: "The kiss was beautiful"
A chaise longue is tucked away from the main bedroom area for those moments when you want to relax but not ruffle the duvet.
Spacious is the word for the kitchen, which pretty much sums up every room of Kylie's house.
One island in the kitchen seems to be not enough, so there are at least two available to any budding chef.
Cupboard space aplenty in the stark but shiny black and white decor.
Made up with this
If you are a billionaire make-up mogul, it may come as no surprise that the room where Kylie can apply the products she sells is a spectacular affair.
Bright lights and Barbie pink is the name of the game here with pictures on the wall depicting Kylie as the famous plastic doll.
The entrance hallway to the house is space that runs through the middle of the property.
The sweeping staircase rises from the room, which is big enough to house a spectacularly huge Christmas tree and not looked cramped.
It means that you have to stare in awe at how many rose petals were required when Kylie's boyfriend, Travis Scott, decided to fill it for Valentine's.
Dining in style
You may have guessed by now that pink is a colour that Kylie has some affinity with, along with a clean white to offset it.
A series of butterfly in heart prints cover one wall, while the dining room boasts bright pink chairs to sit on when it is time for tea.
Come on in
The Kardashian homes, which are also mainly found in the same gated community of Hidden Hills, are notable for being full of bright white walls and furnishings, that echo a Mediterranean feel.
Kylie likes to add her touch of colour, mainly pink, to proceedings and the hallway is no exception.
A pink and blue print hangs in pride of place, breaking up the sea of white that make up the hallway walls.
One of the least documented rooms is 19-month-old Stormi's bedroom but the glimpses that you get of it, it is a place of fluffy rugs, and comfy armchairs for.
There's plenty of room for her to stretch her legs and run around and a cot can be seen for when shut eye is required.
Check out the wheels
There are a few dollars worth of vehicle on the driveway up to Kylie's abode.
Whether you fancy a trip out in the comfort of a SUV or want to burn up the highway in a Ferrari, there is plenty of choice when it comes to going for a drive.
From the driveway is a path that leads to the front door and this is an ideal space for Travis to indulge in his passion for filling the place with red roses.
Time to relax
The one place that pink doesn't dominate is in the living room and thanks to the cover of Architectural Digest , we can see that silver and grey comes to the fore.
It may not look the warmest room in the house but it is certainly up there as one of the more stylish with multiple seating options.
A world of handbags
Yes, Kylie likes a handbag or two. In fact she likes handbags so much she has a huge room to display them in, which still doesn't look like it is enough space.
How she decides which one she will use on a specific day is enough to send your head into a spin.
Bathing in luxury is a given for Kylie and the bathroom doesn't disappoint and, of course, there are more than one.
The room that gets the most Insta action is a marble heaven with a checkerboard flooring and a shower cove with white towels rolled up ready for drying down.
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