Catherine Zeta-Jones is a natural when it comes to interior design. The Oscar-winning actress, has been giving her Instagram followers a sneak peek inside her and husband Michael Douglas' glamorous home. The Chicago star recently opened up about the couple's decision to move, admitting that Michael was initially reluctant to relocate – but that there's one feature of the house that has completely won him over.
"We bought a new TV. Well, really, we bought a new house," she revealed in an interview in HELLO! magazine, speaking about her latest TV role in Feud: Bette and Joan. "Actually, I was the one who bought it – my husband didn't want to move because he was happy where he was, but I just fell in love with the place. So we moved in and I said to him, 'I've got a treat for you.' And in the TV room, I'd bought him a huge curve TV, with a curved screen. And he loves it."
The TV has proven to be a big success, and Catherine admitted that Michael often draws guests' attention to its impressive features. "He loves watching the football game on it, he loves talking about how many pixels it has – when people come to the house, he talks about it like it's a Picasso," she joked. "So now I can do anything to the house and he's happy. And to see his sheer joy and love for the curve makes me a happy girl, too."
Michael has the TV, but Catherine also has her own indulgence in the impressive property: her 'girl cave', a stunning studio that has everything she needs for her hobbies from dance to sewing. The actress posted a photo of the jaw-dropping room on Instagram, giving her followers a glimpse of the decked-out space which has high ceilings, a cozy-looking couch and impressive statement lights. "My 'girl cave'," she captioned the snap. "My converted stable. Ballet bar and mirros, sewing machine… and much more... #myspace #stylebyzeta."
Catherine also showed off her impressive 'girl cave' studio
Other eye-catching rooms which Catherine has shared snaps of include a minimalist white guest bedroom with hints of pink flowers and floral-patterns adding a pop of colour, her luxurious study, a gorgeous cream bathroom, and a piano room with an art deco style butterfly-winged piano.
Design details include an art deco butterfly-winged piano
It's not the first time Catherine has shared an insight into her home life with fans. Earlier this year she left her fans green with envy after giving them a glimpse into her walk-in wardrobe, which was filed to the brim with bags, dresses, shoes and scarves: including Chanel bags and clutches and dozens of Hermes silk shawls neatly folded away.