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Ah, to be rich and famous. What couldn’t you do with practically unlimited funds with which to decorate? So it’s almost surprising, then, when a celebrity home turns out to be a modern, welcoming space as opposed to an over-the-top spectacle (we’re looking at you, Christina Aguilera). At once chic and masculine, Jennifer Aniston’s home in Beverly Hills, which appeared in Architectural Digest earlier this year, is a surprising mix of Old Hollywood glam, mid-century modern, retro and Asian influences.

Photo Jennifer Aniston Living Room

I love the use of scale in the sitting room — the oversized pendant light, enormous fireplace and pool vista create a dramatic space.

Photo Jennifer Aniston Patio Deck

I’m really impressed with how well the house blends in with the surrounding property, too. The extensive use of wood and stone, both inside and outside, make the house seem more organic than manmade. And who wouldn’t love to eat breakfast with this view?

Photo Jennifer Aniston Bedroom

By far, my favourite space in Jennifer Aniston’s house has to be the bedroom. I love the calm vibe of the pale palette and natural materials. I’m lusting after the carpet, but I can’t imagine using it in my space; between the cats and my mountain biking boyfriend, it would be destroyed in a day.

Photo Jennifer Aniston Pool

And finally, because it’s just not Hollywood without an enormous pool…

(Here's some more pool photos, if that's not enough of a virtual escape!)

Photo credits:
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