Renovating a home can be one of the most rewarding experiences. There is a lot of hard work, creativity, and love that goes into a project of that magnitude. Actress Jennifer Aniston recently embarked on the journey of renovating a 1970’s home in Beverly Hills and Architectural Digest offered us a peek inside.
The labor of love resulted in a truly unique home that captures everything Jennifer was looking to create. The house was originally designed by architect Harold W. Levitt in 1970 and Jennifer hired designer Stephen Shadley to help her update and customize the property.
Entertaining is a big part of her life, so they made sure the space was perfect for large gatherings while also capturing a zen-like appeal that is perfect for the days when she wants to unwind and relax.
The home is one-of-a-kind and captures the perfect balance for Jennifer’s lifestyle. Enjoy this unique and inspiring home tour…
Jennifer Aniston Home Tour
The home sits on a hill overlooking the spectacular Los Angeles skyline.
Wood and stone play a large part in the home’s design to create an earthy, stylish atmosphere.
Uplighting creates a moody setting that suits the swanky decor inside.
Wood paneling is reminiscent of the home’s 1970’s roots but with a polished, modern flare.
How incredible is that view? The room opens right up to it, making it the focal point.
More stone and wood comes into play throughout the home to juxtapose the sleek, modern furniture.
The master bathroom definitely captures the “zen” look that Jennifer was going for with clean lines, gorgeous textures, and a natural palette.
The bedroom is simple and chic, mixing the original 1970s flair with some zen-like appeal. It, too, opens up onto the beautiful view in the back.
The pool area is the perfect spot for entertaining during those sunny summer days in Beverly Hills.
This outdoor space feels like an interior living room thanks to the warm fireplace and cozy furniture.
If you ever decide to take on a renovation project, take some inspiration from Jennifer and embrace the opportunity to create something truly special.