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Kim Zolciak-Biermann Admits She Spent $35,000 on a Couch: ‘I Thought It was Pretty Stupid to Be Honest’

 

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Kim Zolciak-Biermann isn’t scrimping on her seating.

The Don’t Be Tardy star, 39, recently admitted to one of her biggest recent splurges, telling Entertainment Tonight that she spent a cool $35,000 on her sofa from RH Modern.

“I thought it was pretty stupid to be honest with you,” she says, reasoning, “I had to have this couch and I was the first person to have it.”

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Although the high-end decor brand’s sectional offerings can range from $1,350 to over $11,000 it wasn’t the retail price that made this living room standby so steep.

“I had to put it on a boat to get here quicker, or I’m sorry didn’t we fly it in, Kroy?” she asks her NFL player husband, 32. “We flew it in, I think, to get it here quicker, because I wanted it here by Christmas. That’s why it was so expensive.”

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The Real Housewives of Atlanta alum, who will appear on the Bravo series’ upcoming season, also added that her spending habits aren’t only applied to home design.

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“Chanel is like an addiction for me,” she says. She continues to explain that a recent purchase of $10,000 Saint Laurent boots that she wore on Andy Cohen’s Watch What Happens Live had her husband questioning, “You know what, really?”

But with six kids in the house — daughters Brielle, 20, Ariana, 15, and Kaia, 3, and sons Kroy Jr., 6, and Kash, 5, and Kane, 3 — Zolciak-Biermann can rest assured that her budget-busting furniture buy is at least getting plenty of use.

“We literally slept on that couch until like a month ago, our whole family would camp out for the last year and a half,” she says. “So it’s like OK, money well spent.”