Kanye West 'spent nearly all his money on pricey furniture' only to throw it in storage... and Kim Kardashian 'is not pleased'

Say what you will about Kanye West, the man's never indecisive.

The 39-year-old Bound 2 rapper, according to the New York Post, was displeased with the pricey furnishings interior designer-to-the-stars Sandy Gallin chose for the Calabasas, California home he shares with wife Kim Kardashian - and tossed it all into storage.

The Paranoid rapper 'spent nearly all of his money' on the home furnishing project, and rejected it practically on arrival, a source told the paper.

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Choosy: Kanye West, 39, hated thousands of dollars in furniture celeb interior designer Sandy Gallin picked out for his Southern California home - and placed it into storage, according to the New York Post

'Kanye walked into the house, decided he hated all the furniture brought in by Gallin, and demanded it be returned to the vendors,' the source said. 'But they refused to take it back, so he took it all out and threw it into storage. He then spent a fortune on a new set of furniture.'

The Hold My Liquor singer subsequently reassigned the decorating gig to another top name in the field, Axel Vervoordt.

But as the already-bloated tab continues to grow - and 'the house still isn’t ready' - the source said that Kim is growing annoyed with her husband's fussiness in the matter. 

Friction:  The costly situation has rankled Kanye's wife Kim Kardashian, who wants the home to be fully furnished, the insider said 

Visionary: Kim and Kanye earmarked interior designer Sandy Gallin, a former talent manager for mega-stars such as Michael Jackson, Cher and Dolly Parton, to design the abode

'Kanye spends so much money and he’s holding everything up,' the source said. 'Kim just wants to be settled at home, especially after everything that happened in Paris,' referring to the $10 million October 3 heist in which she was tied up, held at gunpoint and locked in a bathroom.

The robbery, as well as a poorly-received outing for his September 7 Yeezy Season 4 fashion show weeks before - might have the music star more on edge these days.

The source said that West - who compared himself to Walt Disney and Steve Jobs at the VMAs this past August - is wearing thin with his associates in the fashion world as of late.

Enough: The source said that Kim, pictured in Paris just prior to the armed robbery, is growing weary of the situation

'Everyone in the fashion business thinks he’s crazy,' the source said. 'He’ll start taking advice from someone successful, stop listening 15 minutes later, and then move on to someone else.

'He constantly fights with everyone - he’s even fighting with Adidas.'

A separate source shot down rumblings of unrest aimed at the Grammy-winning star in couture circles, telling the paper that while 'a handful of bitter fashion writers try to take him down all the time,' he's got the respect of the industry's elite, such as Vogue's Anna Wintour and designer Riccardo Tisci.

Unhappy customer: West 'decided he hated all the furniture brought in by Gallin' (left), including a couch that ran $30,000, shortly after assessing the new look, the source said 

'To say the fashion industry hates him is totally false,' the second source said. 'His friends in fashion include the most influential powerful people in the business.'

The source added that they were unaware of any friction between West and Kardashian over the furnishings debacle.

'I was just with them in LA,' and there were good vibes, the source said, noting that 'Kim was in great spirits.'

All well: An insider said that report that West is persona non grata among fashion biz elites is false. Here, Kanye was pictured with famed Italian designer Riccardo Tisci in 2013

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