Kardashian sisters' Christmas decoration war from Kim's professional piano player to Kourtney's Blink-182 Elf on a Shelf

THE Kardashian sisters have gone above and beyond to decorate their homes for Christmas.

From Kim's professional piano player to Kourtney's Blink-182-inspired Elf on a Shelf, the famous family is clearly in the holiday spirt.


KIM'S PIANO PLAYER

While taking to her Instagram Story, Kim posted a clip of the, Philip Cornish, playing next to her large decorated Christmas tree.

She explained the pianists’ presence, writing: “Every morning during the month of December @philthekeys comes to play Christmas music on the piano to wake up the kids.”

Kim then shared another video, which captured the musician performing in the corner of the room.

The Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum shares four kids with ex-husband Kanye West, 44, who she filed for divorce from in February.

The exes share kids North, eight, Saint, six, Chicago, three, and Psalm, two.


CREATIVE KIM

Kim proved her creativity by decorating her minimalist living room.

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Along with the piano, the room is complete with simple round couches and all-white furniture while a pianist played a medley of Christmas tunes.

The TV personality then showed off her massive Christmas tree, towering over the living room, covered in fake snow and warm sparkling yellow lights.

To the right of the tree stood two life-sized cartoon reindeer, covered in spots.


KANYE'S STOCKING

Despite no longer being a couple, Kim made sure Kanye has a stocking inside of her home.

While showing off the Christmas decorations in her $60M mansions, fans spotted a white stocking with Kanye's name on it hanging above the fireplace.

In the same TikTok video, Kim showed off her ornaments and extravagantly decorated living room inside of the mansion.

The TikTok included elves, ornaments, and sparkling lights, but sharp eyed fans saw something amiss on the fireplace.

Kim had all of her stockings hung up in a row, but one hasn't been on Kim's nice list.

The first stocking hung on the fireplace had Kanye's name embroidered onto it.


NORTH'S TOUR

North also gave KUWTK fans a tour of their home in a recent TikTok video.

Throughout the video, Kim's oldest daughter showed off her decorated Christmas trees and various ornaments and candy that adorn them.

North introduced viewers to the family's nutcracker, a pink reindeer and a pajama-clad Elf on the Shelf hanging out on a white tinsel table top tree.

She then shows off her love for jolly rancher candies – popping one into her mouth and making sure to throw the wrapper in the trash.



KOURTNEY'S ELF OF A SHELF

Kim isn't the only Kardashian with an Elf of a Shelf.

While recently showing off her family's collection of Elf on a Shelf dolls, Kourtney revealed one of the tiny dolls designed to look like her fiancé Travis Barker, 46, and his Blink-182 bandmates.

The Elf on a Shelf band was seen "performing" on a white platform covered in glitter.

They had an audience of other toys, including a Wreck It Ralph doll posing as security.



KOURTNEY'S DECORATIONS

Kourtney gave fans a tour of her festive mansion, which includes entryway decorations such as light-up reindeer, Santa and dozens of snowmen.

She strung up multicolored lights in the trees around her front door to further enhance the holiday feel.

Inside, the reality star has a "Letters to Santa" mailbox and glass doors that look out onto a massive gold and red sleigh in the backyard.

Presents are wrapped in vintage '60s wrapping paper and there are mini needlepoint winter wonderland displays dotted around.

The grand staircase is festooned with more colorful lights as well as an elaborate Elf on the Shelf display.

Kourtney added to the festive feel by placing Christmas trees in nearly every corner.




KYLIE'S LOW KEY DECOR

While Kim and Kourtney went all out, Kylie Jenner, 24, has opted for more basic holiday decorations.

In early December, Kylie took to her Instagram Story to share a photo of an Elf on the Shelf figure resting inside of a hot air balloon decoration hanging from the fireplace.

The fireplace was decked out in pine garland, while a white stocking with the star’s name also hung from the fireplace ledge.

A following Instagram Story snap captured numerous gingerbread cookies individually wrapped with white bows.

Kylie hinted that the cookies were from her mom, Kris Jenner, by tagging the momager.



OVER THE TOP

Last year, Kylie more actively showed off her extravagant Christmas decorations on social media.

The inside of Kylie's home featured a number of Christmas trees.

While one tree was simply decorated with classic white string lights, another large tree featured the same lights paired with white and gold circular ornaments and fake snow.

One tree acted as the center point for white polar bears that are placed in Kylie's mansion.

Pine tree garnishes entwined with lights lined the edge of the fireplace, while an Elf on the Shelf was placed on the fireplace's mantel.

Additionally, white stocking hung from the fireplace.

Kylie made sure the outside of the home was just as festive as the inside, as she lined the palm tree near her pool with gold lights.



KENDALL'S STOCKINGS

Meanwhile, Kendall Jenner, 26, previously invited her followers to check out her interior holiday decor in an Instagram Story. 

The model pointed the camera at the fireplace, which was decked out with garland stretching from the floor onto the ends of the fireplace.

The red stockings had images of Santa Claus riding on his magic sleigh, while about four Santa stockings were hanging from the fireplace. 

Next to the flickering fire, there was a small sign that said on the front: "Jenner Family."



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