In the March issue of Architectural Digest, which hit the newsstands on February 9th, actress Jennifer Aniston talks freely about her newly remodeled single-level home that “vibrates with the love that created it.” The magazine brags a photo spread of the house by Scott Frances.
Originally, the house was designed by architect Harold W. Levitt and built on a hillside in 1970, overlooking the city landscape. Aniston has named the house Ohana, the Hawaiian word that means extended family.
In the project, which was started a little over 2 ½ years ago, Aniston collaborated with designer Stephen Shadley, who has teamed up on similar projects with celebrities like Diane Keaton and Woody Allen.
Shadley had heard about Aniston’s house and was delighted to work with her. Aniston called the team she worked with true “master craftsmen, who poured so much of themselves into <the> creation.”
Shadley expressed how lucky he was to have such a team with so much creative freedom; it was “a project without a problem.”
The article reveals that Aniston has turned the guy part of the master bathroom into a spa area with a soaking tub. The bedroom features a wool-and-silk shag carpet. A platform bed rests in the room with a TV at the foot. What do you think Jennifer Aniston watches on TV before she goes to bed at night?
The article also features Aniston’s walnut dining table that seats 24 and a Thai gong to summon her guests to dinner.
by Kenna McHugh