Kanye West’s displays of affection are never understated. The multihyphenate music mogul recently showered his wife, Kim Kardashian West, with love by outfitting their minimalist Hidden Hills mansion’s bathroom with a colorful display of fresh florals. Kardashian West excitedly shared a glimpse of the surprise with her fans via Instagram Stories Tuesday, telling followers that she had come home to find her “whole bathroom…decorated like an enchanted forest.”
In video clips she shared to social media, there appear to be at least one dozen different bouquets of various flowers and plants in muted shades of pink, purple, blue, and green springing up from the large stone bathtub. “It’s so beautiful, and visually pretty,” she says in one Instagram Stories clip, adding that she thought it was “so sweet of [her] husband.” Nestled among the blooms are what appear to be several different kinds of grasses, and even a tall tree with silver-hued leaves.
Though neither West nor Kardashian West explicitly named the reason for the sweet gesture, it is most likely in response to an announcement earlier this week, that a 20% stake of Kardashian West’s KKW Beauty company had been acquired by beauty conglomerate Coty for $200 million, essentially valuing the reality star’s cosmetics and fragrance business at $1 billion. On Monday, West took to Twitter to publicly congratulate her for the business deal. “I am so proud of my beautiful wife Kim Kardashian West for officially becoming a billionaire,” wrote the “Wash Us in the Blood” rapper. “You’ve weathered the craziest storms and now God is shining on you and our family.”
The bathroom West decked out is in the couple’s $60 million Axel Vervoordt–designed mansion. The space has drawn particular interest from fans in recent years, after Kardashian West showed off its unique basin-less sinks. During an interview with David Letterman last June, the late-night host joked that he would consider moving into the bathroom “at a modest rent,” to which West replied, “You can just rent out our bathtub.”
Originally Appeared on Architectural Digest