Kim & Kanye are known for being the biggest trendsetters of this generation. But their mansion/ museum of a home has us thinking they’re taking it a little too far!

If Kim wears a latex dress, sheer leggings and a pair of plastic boots (she has, FYI), you better believe that fashion houses are already producing mass knock-offs. (Thanks Kim for starting the hideous cycling shorts trend!)

Likewise with Kanye, whose ‘homeless come runway’ Yeezy range has people queuing for miles to lay their hands on the merchandise.

The same goes with their off-the-wall (they call it ‘minimal’) home decor. Their Hidden Hills home looks like the inside of a cave, and is void of colour and, wait for it, furniture!

But the latest snaps of the interior of their home have people completely flabbergasted.

Pictures of their bizarre bathroom have gone viral and we have so many questions, it’s ridiculous!

From what we can see on social media, their open-plan bathroom (which looks nothing like a bathroom, BTW) features a large window which overlooks the outdoors –  and even has its own patio!

No frosted glass or curtains to keep the paparazzi out!

It also features a strange looking cube-shaped tub and prison-esque type showers.

But it’s the bathroom ‘basin’, if you can call it that, which boasts a tap with no vessel to contain the water, that has people doing a double take.

Where does the water go, many have asked?

After being inundated with fan queries, Kim took to her Instagram Stories a few hours ago to explain a few things, including that ‘basin’

“Since everyone is a little bit confused about our sinks, I thought I would just show you guys a little tour,” she said in her Instagram story.

Kim revealed that the suspicious looking sink actually does work.

In fact, eight prototypes of the sink were created by their interior designer and architect (I blame this on perfectionist Kanye) before they eventually settled on this design!

“There’s a slit for the water, and it goes in,” she said, while moving the tap handle. “You can put it on as high pressure as you want and no backsplash will come up.”

Kim also revealed that the basins were separated from the wall because they “thought it would be cooler this way.”

Scouring the rest of the bathroom, Kim claimed that that “the whole ceiling is a light box” and that the bathtub “fits all of our kids”.

Back to that basin, we still have so many legit questions, Kimmie…

How do they brush their teeth? Do they use a non-foaming waterless toothpaste or something as equally groundbreaking as their basins?

What happens when the kids splash water on the floor? What about mould and mildew? What about the freakin’ paps?

One thing’s for sure, the Wests, who are about to welcome their fourth kid, have chosen cutting-edge trends over practicality.

I’m not feeling it! How about you?