Kim Kardashian Wants To Sell You A $129 Concrete Trash Can

Kim Kardashian now does home decor.

After successfully selling shapewear, underwear, makeup, skincare and mobile games, the reality star has launched a line of bathroom accessories as part of her Skkn by Kim brand.

But taking home your new Kardashian-designed bin is going to be a workout — because, along with everything else in the minimalist collection, it’s made of pure concrete.

The range includes five pieces, all available to shop from Oct. 16 at 12 a.m. ET: the aforementioned trash can ($129), a dressing table ($65), a tissue box ($89), a jerry can ($65), and a round container ($69).

Interested parties can also pick up a bundle set of all five items for $355.

While the prices may serve as a reason for a break, these trinkets also weigh more than a pretty penny: That bin is nearly £8.

And if you knock that tissue box off the counter, watch out for those toes: it weighs 3.5 pounds. (But at least you’ll have tissues to dry those tears, should an accident happen.)

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian is expanding her brand Skkn by Kim with home accessories.

In addition, cleaning will be difficult; The brand’s website suggests using a wet cloth and mild detergent, but cautions against terry cloth or microfiber cloths, as the texture of the concrete will pull them apart.

Also forbidden territory? Soak the items in water, store them in sunlight, or clean them with anything that may stain the concrete.

Fans were quick to joke about the heavy household items. “Soon to a landfill near you,” one commented on Instagram. “It gives me, Zara Home, only 3 times the price,” said another. A third joked, “A prison cell looks more inviting.”


Kim Kardashian launches five hand-poured concrete vats for the bathroom.



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For Kardashian, whose home is famously decorated in all neutral tones thanks to famed designer Axel Vervoort, the concrete design represents a zen lifestyle.

“When I started my packaging design process for @skkn, it started with natural stones and design elements found in my own home,” Kardashian, 41, wrote on Twitter.

“I’ve always envisioned the skincare collection as one that could be beautiful and simple enough to display on any countertop, inspiring me to design accessories that complemented the line and elevate any home with the same modern, minimalist elegance.”

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