Look Inside Jennifer Aniston's Home

Jennifer Aniston, tabloid darling, is probably happy to land on the pages of credible design magazine Architectural Digest, instead. The reason for the spread? Not some new insight into her relationship with Brad Pitt, it was to show the world her gorgeous, Beverly Hills home. Built in 1970, it took Aniston and her craftspeople two and a half years to renovate.

She's nicknamed her home "Owana," the Hawaiian word for "extended family."
Aniston's home was designed by Stephen Shadley - who was named to the magazine's AD100 list of top designers. Shadley's renovation was focused on providing spaces to accommodate and entertain, guests. The designer has worked with celebs like Diane Keaton and Woody Allen, and, the modern, Zen-like theme of the interior design doesn't disappoint.

Aniston claims her favorite part of the house is the dining room which can seat 24 people around the table. All the guests can be summoned to eat by the stroke of a 1920's Thai gong. As our sister site ShelterPop notices that "fun and comfort appear to be the dominant themes."

From the finest teak-wood to a spa just off the master bedroom, Aniston says the single-level home "vibrates with the love that created it."

Aniston purchased the home in October of 2006 for $13,500,000 from big-time contemporary art collector Rosette Delug. The latter, an eccentric art dealer, is said to decorate her current home's walls with portraits of a certain lady part.
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