Architectural Digest got to take a peek into Jennifer Aniston’s gorgeous home. This unique space has more mood than an actual design theme. Aniston’s designer, Stephen Shadley, said that Aniston would just spitball words like “Zen” and “Bali,” and a certain tone would arise in specific areas. The painting in the photo above is there because it “spoke to” Aniston. Shadley also described the style as “serene” and “monumental.” Other parts of the home boast a Buddha statue and a koi pond.
If you’d like to incorporate this style into your home, don’t be afraid to go for touches of unique art that speak to you specifically, like the wall art or the lamp in the photo above. For fabric textures, deep colors with contrasting neutral, bright colors work here. This style also has plenty of art and culture to it, as seen in the piano, wall art and stacks of books. Eastern pieces and styles dominate in some other rooms. Below are a few ideas to get you started on this complex and personal style.
Plum Purple Velvet Upholstery Fabric
Pearl White Vinyl Upholstery Fabric