Peek inside Penelope Disick's minimalist bedroom designed by her mum Kourtney Kardashian
Kourtney Kardashian has opened up her home to her fans and has shared images of her daughter Penelope's bedroom, where even the dolls have a double tiered wardrobe.
The mum (37), whose appreciation of interior design has been a frequent theme in Keeping Up with the Kardashians, shared photographs of Penelope's minimalist space on her app.
"When we moved into the new house Penelope was ready for a big girl room, but she definitely still wanted a space that was both playful and pink," Kourtney said.
Four-year-old Penelope sleeps in a roomy velvet-framed double bed by Martyn Lawrence Bullard, a designer whose pieces feature in many parts of Kourney's Calabasas mansion.
"The soft fabric really warms up the room and is great for kids so they don't bump into a wood frame," said Kourtney.
Hanging over the bed is a bright pink neon sign that reads 'love me', which once hung in the bedroom of P’s famous mum and dad, Scott Disick.
Also adorning the cream walls of Penelope's bedroom is a painting by 22-year-old Hollywood artist Connor Tingley, who once featured in American Vogue.
Kourtney's Californian mansion featured on the cover of Architectural Digest in 2016, following extensive renovations of the property, which is just around the corner from her sister Khloe's Moroccan themed home.
Kourtney enlisted decorator Martyn Lawerence Bullard to help her "create a beautiful space" for her children Mason (7), Penelope (4) and Reign (2).
The mum-of-three says she took inspiration from her mum Kris, who taught her the "joy" of interior design.
"My mom has always had a vision for our houses - she taught us the joy of interior design," Kourtney said.
"And I have vivid memories of my dad's closet, which was always immaculate. My sisters and I are perfectionists because we were brought up that way."