Jennifer Aniston's 1970's Residence in Beverly Hills is Super Cool


Photo: Architectural Digest

According to Architectural Digest, Jen wanted the house to have a 'Zen' and 'Bali' spirit. Stephen Shadley Designs essentially rebuilt this 1970's home by architect, Hal Levitt. The home overlooks the Los Angeles basin all the way to the Pacific. Jen wanted an expansive, yet peaceful retreat to entertain her friends and family.

Photo: Architectural Digest

She fell in love with the tall entrance doors from the moment she saw them. As seen above, they frame the Murano chandelier like a beautiful piece of art.

Photo: Architectural Digest

The living room opens to a fabulous koi pond with dark earthy colors, exotic woods and lots of texture.

Photo: Architectural Digest

There is an awesome vintage pool table in the game room that is apparently a huge hit at parties. The open-air and picturesque skyline is to die for.

Photo: Architectural Digest

And who wouldn't love a pizza kitchen and wine room in the kitchen... The barstools are fun and furnishings have a 'feel good' vibe.

Photo: Architectural Digest

The master en suite features a very zen like spa feel with soaking tub. Jen loved the design process according to designer, Stephen Shadley. She was a very quick study and used fabrics from Rogers & Goffigone, Holly Hunt & Chella amongst others.

Photo: Architectural Digest

Designer: Stephen Shadley Designs

Original Architect: Hal Levitt

Source and Photo Credit: Architectural Digest, Stephen Shadley Designs

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