When you think of Hollywood you think of wide boulevards lined with palm trees, a host of celebrities and spacious villas that can be reached through a long driveway. With an expansive view on Beverly Hills, the former home of Jennifer Aniston – she just moved to Bel Air – is a real eye-catcher. Interior designer Stephen Shadley took two and a half years to finish the eccentric house, but that has clearly paid off.
The interior has a tropical vibe that is complemented by a strong Asian-Balinese atmosphere. The designer created the same atmosphere in the garden by placing a travertine bridge over the koi pond. Aniston called her house 'Ohana', which means 'family' in Hawaiian. The sumptuous Balinese beauty of the interior is a serene escape that brings people together.
Aniston called her house 'Ohana', which means 'family' in Hawaiian.
The 10,000 square-foot house has two cosy family rooms, two kitchens, a spacious dining room, a games room and nine lavish bedrooms with a rich selection of beautiful fabrics. The warm tones used in combination with natural materials such as wood and stone define the infinite Zen feeling and the old-fashioned Hollywood vibe. For Jennifer Aniston, it was love at first sight with 'Ohana'. We certainly feel the same way!