Gwyneth Paltrow shared a look at her $5million mansion in Montecito, California, on Wednesday.
The 50-year-old GOOP founder was modeling some of her favorite spring fashions in an Instagram post.
There is a large, gold-framed mirror behind her, a long marble shelf on which is placed a framed photo, candles and mirrors, and dark hardwood floors.
Off to the side is a fancy, well-stocked cocktail caddy, which is also known as a booze cart.
The Oscar-winning actress was showing off her favorite pieces of designer clothing from her spring wardrobe.
Home sweet home: Gwyneth Paltrow shared a look at her $5million mansion in Montecito, California on Wednesday. The 50-year-old GOOP founder was modeling some of her favorite spring fashions
Shaken or stirred? And to the left was a cart that appeared to be loaded with bottles of alcohol on top and silver vases on bottom
In the entrance way image, the Shakespeare In Love star was wearing a blue and white striped shirt that was not tucked in.
The wife of Brad Falchuk added dark blue denim jeans and a nifty looking dark motorcycle jacket with buckles are the sleeves.
She beamed with pride as she showed off her fuzzy Birkenstock sandals as she flashed a dark pedicure.
The Iron Man actress wore her flaxen hair down and had on a generous application of makeup.
Her entrance way had a lot of knickknacks here and there.
There was a shiny pale blue stone egg, a round vase full of white flowers, and some sort of silver ornament. All of it looked very GOOP-approved.
And to the left was a cart that appeared to be loaded with bottles of alcohol on top and silver vases on bottom.
Other images were shared as well.
Paltrow was seen in her large walk-in closet which is essentially a room that has been turned into a closet.
Styling: In this image, she wore a mock neck, short sleeved blouse in white and a long pencil skirt that had a slit up the front in the middle. And the pal of Kate Hudson and Jennifer Aniston added nerd aviator glasses
Is this where she works? The closet included a black desk with a gray chair, plants, a glass bottle of water, a garbage can, a candle, drapes and, of course, closets
Classy dame: In another snapshot, Paltrow has on a brown and black coat with black buttons paired with a white vest and pleated slacks. Her gold wedding band from Falchuk stands out
OK, so how does this work? There were snaps and a zipper on this complicated top
In this image, she wore a mock neck, short sleeved blouse in white and a long pencil skirt that had a slit up the front in the middle.
And the pal of Kate Hudson and Jennifer Aniston added nerd aviator glasses.
The closet included a black desk with a gray chair, plants, a glass bottle of water, a garbage can, a candle, drapes and, of course, closets.
She snapped her selfie in a mirror on a door.
In another snapshot, Paltrow has on a brown and black coat with black buttons paired with a white vest and pleated slacks.
Her gold wedding band from Falchuk stands out.
Bathroom visit: There are more images of her in black suits and heels as she poses in a bathroom with gray concrete floors and a white and gray throw rug
This works well: Here she has on a black shirt with a denim skirt and black mules
Looks like she is ready for a GOOP meeting: In this shot, she has on a power suit
There are more images of her in black suits and heels as she poses in a bathroom with gray concrete floors and a white and gray throw rug.
A year ago, the Sliding Doors star invited fans into the luxuriously-designed house for a feature with Architectural Digest.
The deluxe space features a lavish kitchen, a ‘show-stopping’ living room, and its very own spa that includes a $30k shower system, hot tub and plunge pool that Gwyneth stresses is essential for ‘good circulation.’
Gwyneth and her TV producer husband Falchuk reportedly purchased the home for almost $5million in 2016, and began extensive renovations on the property.
While giving a tour of her house, the mogul repeatedly references how it was inspired by her time living in the UK, when she was married to Coldplay front man Chris Martin.
Stunning: She posed for the March 2022 issue of Architectural Digest
The Emma star first shows off her entryway which she ‘built from the ground up’ adding it was the first time she had ever done something so ambitious calling it ‘quite an undertaking.’
She added, ‘I think having spent so much time as an ex-pat in Europe, and really falling in love with Georgian proportions, and those kind of details, I really wanted the entryway to feel like its own special room.
‘And so with the architects we conceived of having a fireplace, which is something you see a lot in Europe in an entryway, and just gives this really nice feeling of warmth and welcome as you come in.’
‘The tiles reminds me, as I said, of my time living in London, and just a detail that’s classic and traditional.
The high school graduate then gives fans a glimpse of her favorite room in the house, the powder room, which she reveals has a ‘hand-done antiqued mirror’ and hand-painted wallpaper.
‘It makes me feel very grown-up when I pee in here,’ she joked.
The dining room is next on the tour, which is when Gwyneth reveals she enlisted her friend, interior designer Brigette Romanek, to help furnish the house, who she has been pals with for 20 years.
Teasing some friction between the pair, Gwyneth also revealed how they ‘fought’ over the futuristic light fitting on the ceiling.
Des res: An aerial shot of the home shows the mansion while it was being renovated
However, the duo ‘landed on it being pretty cool and fabulous.’
The camera then pans to her reclaimed fireplace which came from the company Chateau Domingue, and wallpaper that was hand-painted by artists MJ Atelier in Los Angeles.
The kitchen, that features reclaimed Portuguese tiles, was designed by the architects who made her home, Roman and Williams, a firm based in New York.
Gwyneth – who is now married to TV producer Brad – explains the importance of having the kitchen open-plan so she can cook and talk to her children, Apple Martin, 18, and Moses Martin, 16, from her previous marriage to her Coldplay ex.
She also admitted to getting her inspiration from Pinterest, when making making a fluting effect with plaster over the kitchen fireplace, which she describes as being ‘such a luxury.’
By her own admission, Gwyneth calls her living ‘bonkers in the best way’ as it features a number of differing styles, including a marble bar, a swing sofa seat and lights inspired by the band Guns N’ Roses.
It includes a marble bar – but Gwyneth admits she hasn’t been using it recently.
‘Unfortunately, I’m not drinking very much this year so I’m having mostly Seedlip cocktails which is like, mocktails or sparkling water. But, when the time comes, I will heavily utilize her.’