In 2006, A-list movie actress and “Cake” star Jennifer Aniston moved into a sprawling, eco-friendly property high in the hills of southern California.
The home is filled with natural, zen-like elements including Japenese antique accents, Bergamo silk curtains, and wood floors harvested from locally fallen trees.
Aniston fell in love with the details of the single-level house—designed in 1970 by renowned architect Harold Levitt—including solar glass paneling and 14-foot tall doors. She worked with designer Stephen Shadley to add serene but striking touches throughout the space, including a Murano glass chandelier in the entrance hall of the home.
The cozy living room holds low-lying tables and velvet chairs to add warmth and intimacy to the space, while clear views of the koi pond enhance the organic ambience .
For the master bedroom, Shadley designed a platform bed (with a motorized television lift at the foot) that rests on lush silk and wool shag carpeting. Additionally, the room opens onto a private garden for optimal relaxation and serenity.
The master suite even opens into his-and-her baths, which Aniston converted into an open spa bath, complete with a soaking tub. And although the actress sold the home in 2011 (for a cool $37 million), its Balinese-inspired interior will live on in our design dreams forever.