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Celebrity home front: Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux

Lovebirds Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux are renting a two-bedroom bungalow in the Hollywood Hills.

The 1,761 sq ft pad will be a temporary home for the pair while they search for a more starry property nearby.

But this LA abode is none too shabby with floor-to-ceiling windows letting lots of light flood in, with views to the pool and deck area.

And the couple’s love of entertaining is also catered for with a deck where the sun sets or a leafy garden patio.

The interior style, meanwhile, is pared down with dark wood and vaulted ceilings throughout, with a |laid-back vibe that Aniston favours.

The pair are believed to be paying $17,500 a month in rent, but after Aniston sold her luxurious bachelorette home recently for $38m, the couple can easily afford this.

Aniston and Theroux made their romance public in May, and the 42-year-old former Friends star hinted at the qualities she treasures in her new man in a new interview with Glamour magazine.

She said that ‘equality, generosity, integrity, spirit, kindness, humour and awesomeness’ are the qualities she looks for in a relationship.

Designer Cath Kidston

Queen of Kitsch Cath Kidston is selling up her famous Cotswold house that was the inspiration for her iconic homewares.

The interiors of her home, Trillgate Farm, which has just sold for £1.75m, features regularly in Kidston’s magazine. And many photoshoots have taken place at the seven-bedroom stone-built house over the years.

Cath says: “Downstairs is mainly simple colours — the sitting room has pale blue walls with red and yellow chair covers.

“The upstairs features Cath Kidston fabrics and vintage finds. I like plain walls in lighter colours with complementing florals.”

Ulrika Jonsson

TV presenter Ulrika Jonsson has said working on a project to build a dream home with her husband Brian helped her to overcome depression.

The Shooting Stars personality suffered from depression, sparked off by a back condition.

The team effort of building the house for the family has helped the couple. Ulrika said: “This felt like I was creating a home with somebody else, so that was a big thing, and quite fundamental. Now this feels like mine and Brian’s house.”

Presenter Ulrika Jonsson is back to her usual self after building

Belfast Telegraph