Jennifer Aniston's home has just undergone an extensive renovation - and the star has shared the upgrade with the March issue of Architectural Digest.
And it sounds as glamorous as she is! The issue, which features photos of the house by Scott Frances, following its 2-year overhaul, notes the independent woman changed the 'his' from the original his 'n' hers baths 'into a spa bath with a soaking tub'.
Her master bedroom features a wool-and-silk shag carpet, and a platform bed with a TV at the foot.
Built on a hillside in Beverly Hills in 1970, the house has sweeping views of the city, and Aniston calls it 'Ohana', a reference to the Hawaiian idea of extended family.
It features Jen's fruitwood Sauter piano from the 60s, a dining room that seats 24, and a 20s Thai gong to summon diners to the long walnut table.
'I entertain for a living, and I entertain,' she says. 'The house has a rather glamorous, old-fashioned Hollywood quality. I can just imagine the Rat Pack stopping by; someone is playing the piano, and people are laughing in the next room.'
Jen describes the Zen-influenced home - which drew its colour palette from Brazilian Cumaru (teak) - as being 'like a big hug'.
By Ruth Doherty