It’s the most wonderful time of the year — and the trolls are out to play.
Kim Kardashian is under fire yet again for her interior design choices, as Reddit users call her mansion a “murder house.”
In a light-hearted clip showing off her latest holiday decor, the 42-year-old reality TV star shared the view from her bathroom window, which includes rows of trees garnished with twinkling lights.
“Look at how magical,” the SKIMS founder says in the clip on social media. “In my bathroom, I always have plants out there, and there’s like a whole balcony and you can go through my shower [to] out there.”
“Now this is all I see and it is so beautiful,” she gushes at the end of the video posted to her Instagram Story.
But haters online didn’t quite see eye-to-eye with the SKKN founder, whose sparkling trees liven up her sterile-looking home. Some users grimaced at the thought of floor-to-ceiling glass panes in their home, let alone their bathroom.
“The way I would scream in the middle of the night when the lights are off on the trees and I think there are huge people outside the bathroom,” one user criticized her take on holiday spirit. “I think I would scare myself all the time if I had huge windows like that.”
“I feel like I’d constantly be scared in that massive house tbh,” another skeptic agreed.
“Kind of looks like a murder house,” noted someone else.
The comments follow criticism volleyed at Kardashian Tuesday when she touted her beige-colored home online.
In an Instagram carousel, the “Kardashians” star flaunted her gray-toned living room, complete with pristine white furniture.
The controversial centerpiece of the post was a photo of her bedroom, which showed her plush bed perched atop an expansive, marble frame. The space lacked an ounce of color — even the sheets were taupe.
“Aesthetic= depression with a dash of trauma,” quipped one user in the comments.
“You live in a tomb,” another chided.
“Gloomy and depressing,” someone else wrote.
“Kimberly, there are penitentiaries cozier than this,” someone stated.
“It’s giving solitary confinement,” offered another.
“Looks like you live in hell Kim,” said one user, while another agreed it gave off “psych ward” vibes.
But her millions of fans aren’t the only harsh critics — even Kardashian’s oldest daughter, North, has called the home “ugly.”
“She just thinks it like gets to me,” Kardashian once dished to Ellen DeGeneres, saying North insults the interior decorations during arguments. “And it is kinda mean because I like my house.”
Kardashian, though, is no stranger to hate, even from her own family. For the past year, the mogul has been subject to furious Instagram tirades at the hands of her ex-husband Ye, formerly known as Kanye West.
The aspiring lawyer also faced backlash this week surrounding her partnership with luxury fashion brand Balenciaga, which came under fire for bizarre imagery of children holding BDSM-style plush toys.
One particular image promoting a bag for a different campaign prompted intense criticism after a closer look revealed Supreme Court documents about child pornography hidden in the photo.
The company doubled down on their apologies, taking to social media to assure followers they were taking action against the poor oversight. Meanwhile, Kardashian, who remained silent for multiple days on the issue, claimed she is “re-evaluating” her relationship with the high-end brand, receiving flak for not cutting ties immediately.
She’s appeared in campaigns for Balenciaga, and regularly dons their clothing line. After all, her monochromatic home lacks vibrancy, but fashion choices have been anything but lackluster. She’s flaunted a skin-tight, cerulean gown, rocked a ‘fit from the Adidas and Balenciaga collab line and even made a caution-tape catsuit look good.
The mom-of-four said her future with the brand is dependent on “their willingness to accept accountability for something that should have never happened to begin with — & the actions I am expecting to see them take to protect children,” per her statement online.