Seven-year-old Penelope Disick just got the best surprise from dad Scott Disick. The reality star and ex-boyfriend of Kourtney Kardashian worked with interior designer Willa Ford to create a one-of-a-kind bedroom for his 7-year-old daughter.
Scott, who appears on E!’s Flip It Like Disick, said Penelope felt her room was inferior to her brother Mason’s. So, he gave it the ultimate upgrade — allegedly for about $15,000 to $20,000.
Watch a clip of the Flip It Like Disick episode in which he remodels Penelope’s room below.
Scott Disick Remodels Penelope’s Room for $20,000
“Obviously, the most special girl in the world to me is my little daughter Penelope,” Scott said during a recent episode. “And because she goes back-and-forth to her mom Kourtney’s house, because we co-parent, I want Penelope to be as comfortable at my house as she is at her mom’s. And I want her room at her dad’s to be perfect.”
Penelope had a list of ideas for her new bedroom, including “pink walls,” a new chair, a “rainbow” painting of herself, a white fluffy rug, and a “slime pit” bed.
While Scott revealed he would have preferred a more muted color palette, he ultimately went along with most of Penelope’s requests, except for the mirrored ceiling she wanted.
“The look on P’s face when she saw the all-pink room was, honestly, priceless,” Scott shared. “And, like those are the things that I really, really do enjoy in life now.”
Disick’s renovation project also included building a playhouse for his children. Watch a clip below.
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