It’s beginning to look a lot like a Kardashian Christmas!
Once again, the Kardashian-Jenner clan has pulled out all the stops for the holidays, with members of the famous family taking to social media to document their oh-so-luxurious festive decorations. Scroll ahead to see how they’re getting in the holiday spirit for 2023.
This year, the Skims mogul is going all out with her Christmas trees (emphasis on the plural). In a series of photos and videos shared to her Instagram Story, Kim discussed how the lit-up trees are a key part of her holiday decorations.
In late November, she teased the start of the holiday season by sharing a video of her home’s driveway, a path lined by dozens of trees wrapped with dazzling string lights. Over the clip, she aptly played Michael Bublé’s rendition of “It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas.”
On December 3, she kept the holiday vibes going by sharing a sneak peek of her mansion’s bathroom decor, which involved dozens of Christmas trees—also entirely wrapped in string lights—sitting outside the floor-to-ceiling window. “My happy place 🎄✨,” she captioned the setup, which was recycled from last year’s bathroom decorations.
Later that week, she shared a video on her Instagram Story of what appears to be her living room. The room prominently embodies the same type of minimalist design that the rest of her mansion is known for, with two rows of large plush cream couches, a white ottoman chair, a huge white area rug, and tall bare walls and ceilings. Placed in the corner of the room is some festive decor that interrupts her typical beige interior design: a towering white Christmas tree completely illuminated by bright yellow light.
On December 11, Kim shared another view from her mansion that included a long stretch of hallway with multiple snow-covered Christmas trees lining the walls.
The eldest Kardashian sister shared the first of her holiday decor posts to Instagram on November 27. This involved an “Elf Sledding” board, composed of a few Elf on the Shelf dolls taped to paper plates, which were then attached to a long panel covered in unraveled cotton balls, resembling snow. She placed the board in front of a large, lit-up Christmas tree.
On December 5, the Poosh founder posted a photo of a towering Christmas tree, seemingly placed in the center of her home’s foyer. The edges of the room were decorated with a long, green garland dusted with white.
Kourtney’s husband, Travis Barker, also shared an inside look at how they’re decorating their home for the holidays. On December 15, the Blink-182 drummer posted a video of an intricate gingerbread house featuring the names of all the kids in their blended family: Mason, Penelope, Reign, Rocky, Landon, Alabama, and Atiana.
On December 5, Khloé shared some adorable photos of her kids, five-year-old daughter True and one-year-old son Tatum, posing with her seven-year-old niece Dream, the daughter of younger brother Rob Kardashian. The trio wore adorable pajamas from Zip N’ Bear, with True and Tatum matching in an icy-blue snowflake set while Dream stood out in a pale yellow set with a red pomegranate print.
In the pictures, the kids posed on a beige love seat in front of two large Christmas trees covered in bright string lights. A nearby stone fireplace was similarly covered by a matching, lit-up garland.
“The MOST magical time of year,” Khloé captioned the post. “We are in the Christmas spirit in our Christmas pajamas and our Christmas dance moves 🎄🎄 🤶🏼🤶🏼🎅🏼🎅🏼♥️♥️🎄🎄.”
The mom of two also shared videos to her Story of the children dancing in the dining room. The room had its own individual tree, as well as white reindeer statues and another Christmas garland across the large dining table.
In other snaps shared to Instagram on December 15, Khloé showed off the holiday decor in its full glory.
The family matriarch shared a look at one of her unique holiday decorations on her Instagram Story on December 11, featuring a tiny Christmas tree completely covered in pastel dessert-themed baubles. “The cutest tree! I’m so excited!!!!!” she wrote over the picture. Jenner also thanked Sami Riccioli, a commercial decorator who specializes in the intricate tree designs: “Thank you so much for this beautiful addition to all of our Christmas memories!!!! @sami_riccioli 🎄❄️.”
She shared a broader look at her holiday home decor on December 13, when she shared photos of herself posing at home in Alo gear as part of an ad campaign for the athleisure brand.
Kris’s mantel was covered in draping greenery interspersed with yellow Christmas lights, as well as adorned with embroidered nutcracker stockings for herself and boyfriend Corey Gamble. Other photos show her spectacular array of Christmas trees, from a hallway lined with sparse trees and white life-size reindeer figurines to her living room’s towering tree decorated with classic sparkly red ornaments.
For an Alo ad campaign posted on December 13, the supermodel shared photos of herself relaxing at home amongst her holiday decor. This included an illuminated pine-tree bough lining her fireplace’s mantel (alongside a life-size Santa Claus doll holding a Christmas tree–shaped staff) and her low-key Christmas tree decorated with strings of popcorn, glittery tinsel, forest green baubles, and Santa- and animal-shaped ornaments.
The Khy founder shared a look at her massive Christmas tree via a video posted to her Instagram Story on December 18. The huge, towering tree is so tall, it nearly grazes the ceiling of her mansion’s two-story foyer. “These ornaments remind me of my childhood,” she wrote over the clip. “My mom had them on our tree growing up.”
Kylie previously shared a snap of a much smaller tree in her home. Its sparse branches were covered in Christmas lights, red ornaments, and metallic silver tinsel.
As an associate editor at HarpersBAZAAR.com, Chelsey keeps a finger on the pulse on all things celeb news. She also writes on social movements, connecting with activists leading the fight on workers’ rights, climate justice, and more. Offline, she’s probably spending too much time on TikTok, rewatching Emma (the 2020 version, of course), or buying yet another corset.