‘Prisoncore’: Kim Kardashian is imbued with fans for her homeware accessories collection

She announced her new line of bathroom accessories under her SKKN brand by Kim Kardashian in a new interview with Architectural Digest on Wednesday.

A day later, fans finally got a look at their expensive new line of household items, which includes a $129 small trash can and four matching gray bathroom accessories.

The mother-of-four, 41, was roasted for the unique design and high price, describing the collection: “Prisoncore,” an “elegant, lifeless shrine” with one saying it “gives the Flintstones.”

The Latest: She announced her new bathroom accessories line under her SKKN brand by Kim Kardashian in a new interview with Architectural Digest on Wednesday. A day later, fans finally got a look at her new line of pricey homeware, which includes a $129 small trash can and four other matching gray bathroom accessories.

Unique: Someone said it was

UNIQUE: Someone said he was “giving the Flintstones” because of a stone-like substance

The star’s upcoming home set includes a round container, vanity tray, caddy, tissue box and wastebasket, matching the gray beauty she has for the SKKN by Kim skincare line she launched four months ago.

Prices for each separate item range from $65 to $129, or buy as a bundle of five for $355.

Fans flocked to comments on her Instagram post featuring the items, calling the group a “prisoner” and a “chic shrine.”

Someone said he was “giving the flintstones” because of the stone-like substance.

Another described it as ‘very basic,’ while others said the same items can be found for cheaper at multiple stores including Walmart, Home Goods and Target as well as the Dollar Tree.

Don't feel like it: The mum-of-four, 41, was roasted for the unique design and high price tag, describing the collection:

Don’t feel like it: The mum-of-four, 41, was roasted for the unique design and high price, describing the set: “Brezoncourt,” a “chic, lifeless shrine” with one “She Gives The Flintstones.”

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Other comments that excited the star said the group looked like it might be a prison, writing “prison neat,” “looks like prison,” “prison cell looks sexier,” and “looks like it belongs in someone’s prison cell.”

Another wrote “$129 for a litter box..ma’am I can get one at the dollar store,” while another critic said it gives “dollar tree” energy.

One fan said it reminded them of bedroom furniture and another said it was something you could find in the Handmaid’s Tale series or make at home with clay.

Yikes: Other star-burning comments said the group looked like it might be a prison, and wrote

Yikes: Other star-burning comments said the group looked like it might have been a prison, writing “a neat prison” and “a prison cell looks more attractive” and “looks like it belongs in someone’s prison cell.”

Interesting: Fans were shocked by the great price

Interesting: Fans were shocked by the great price

Some have criticized the high cost primarily due to inflation that has driven up prices at the grocery store.

Tone deaf as usual. Apparently she didn’t buy milk, bread, or gas.

“Yeah Kim is giving us nothing,” one person said, referring to the very simple design of the items.

Critics: Many of the comments made were critical of the products or the price point

Critics: Many of the comments made were critical of the products or the price point

The trash bin costs $129. She described the product in her stories as follows: “This simple concrete bowl treads carefully, giving any room a modern upgrade.”

Tissue Box Costs $89: ‘Elevate any room with a sculpted concrete tissue box.

The Round Container Costs $69: “With its smooth surface and polished silhouette, this concrete container is the perfect piece for storing keepsakes and trinkets around the home.”

Vanity Tray $65: “ Made of hand-cast concrete and impregnated with a simple design, the concrete Vanity Tray serves as a neutral base for displaying your skincare collection.

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Finally, the caddy is $65: “Designed to re-imagine countertop storage, the caddy keeps clutter at bay while adding a neutral concrete touch to your home.”

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Price: The wastebasket will cost $129; She describes the product in her stories as follows: “This simple concrete bowl discreetly disposes of trash, giving any room a modern upgrade. Tissue Box Costs $89: “Elevate any room with our Sculpted Concrete Tissue Box.”

Cost: A round container costs $69:

The Cost: The Round Container Costs $69: “With its smooth surface and refined silhouette, this concrete container is the perfect piece for storing keepsakes and trinkets around the home.”

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Wow: The $65 Vanity Tray: “ Made of hand-cast concrete and impregnated with a simple design, Vanity Tray concrete serves as a neutral base for displaying your skincare range. Finally, the $65 Caddy: ‘Designed to re-imagine countertop storage, the Caddy keeps clutter at bay while adding a neutral concrete touch to your home’

Kim shared a sneak peek of her minimalist bedroom while showing off her products on Thursday via her Instagram.

The star had a stone headboard with all the neutrals in her large, airy bedroom.

Kim showed off a flat, gray midriff top and bottom, adding a hoodie as she strolled through her bedroom and en-suite to show off the accessories.

Eye-catching: Kim shared a sneak peek of her minimalist bedroom while showing off her products on Thursday via her Instagram

Eye-catching: Kim shared a sneak peek of her minimalist bedroom while showing off her products on Thursday via her Instagram

UNIQUE: The star had a stone headboard in all of her neutral tones in her large, airy bedroom.

Entrepenuer: Kim poses by her bathroom sink with accessories and skincare

Entrepenuer: Kim poses by her bathroom sink with accessories and skincare

Quiet: her room and bathroom were huge and full of light

Quiet: her room and bathroom were huge and full of light

Natural light: Kim had white sofas and stone accessories

Natural light: Kim had white sofas and stone accessories

Bathroom: Kim's bathroom in the photo

Bathroom: Kim’s bathroom in the photo

Emotions: The new star set includes five items

Emotions: The new star set includes five items

She announced her new bathroom accessories line in a new interview with her Architectural Digest.

The star’s upcoming home kit includes a round container, vanity tray, caddy, tissue caddy and wastebasket, matching the aesthetic to her SKKN by Kim skincare line she launched four months ago.

She spoke to the magazine about the similarities in the design of her SKKN product and her new home accessories line, and both look tangible.

Now released: Kim released Kim's new skincare brand SKKN on Tuesday, June 21.  It consists of nine products

Now released: Kim released Kim’s new skincare brand SKKN on Tuesday, June 21. It consists of nine products

“I love the concrete and gray tones, it feels real to me,” Kim said, adding that her inspiration for SKKN products was concrete sculpting and varying grades of stone.

Adding, “For these new home accessories, I wanted to make sure they really complement my skincare line, and were designed to showcase my products and elevate my home with modern, minimalist elegance.

Her line of home accessories will be available for purchase October 6 at 9AM PST / 12PM EDT on her SKKN by Kim website.

Kim is also the founder of SKIMS, a lingerie and sleepwear brand, as well as SKKN; She is also a co-founder of the new private equity firm SKKY Partners.

The amazing is also currently in law school where she is also pursuing her dream of becoming a lawyer.

Multi-faceted: Kim is also the founder of SKIMS, a lingerie and sleepwear brand, as well as SKKN;  She is also a co-founder of the new private equity firm SKKY Partners

Multi-faceted: Kim is also the founder of SKIMS, a lingerie and sleepwear brand, as well as SKKN; She is also a co-founder of the new private equity firm SKKY Partners

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