In 2010, Jennifer Aniston’s 1970s home was featured in Architectural Digest, and showed everyone what an amazing mid-century modern home is all about. So we decided this is way too important and there’s an absolute need to share her stunning mid-century modern living room with all of you!
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Stephen Shadley was the designer who worked with Jennifer Aniston to put together the whole house design. “I’ll be lucky if I ever do anything with this kind of team and freedom again,“ raves the designer. “It was a project without a problem.”, said Shadley, who has collaborated with Diane Keaton on two of her residences in Southern California and one in Arizona and with Woody Allen on the interiors of his apartment in New York City.
The house, which Aniston calls Ohana, a reference to the Hawaiian idea of extended family, is the first time she has undertaken the creation of a large residence on her own. The result is an open, airy home that, she says, “has been inside me for a long time.”
The palette was drawn from the texture and richness of Brazilian cumaru, which was used for eaves, floors and walls. Much of the wood was not cut but harvested from fallen trees—a nod to her desire for an eco-friendly environment.
When people gather at her house, they tend to congregate in the game room, with its vintage pool table and view of Los Angeles in the distance, or in the kitchen.
When asked how she would describe her house, Jennifer simply states that “It’s like a big hug. People can get so distracted by static, I love the silence here.”
Photos © Scott Frances for AD
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