Courteney Cox's Private Retreat

See inside the star's Malibu home.

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See inside the star's Malibu home.

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In the kitchen's sitting area, a cocktail table is surrounded by a sofa and armchairs designed by , the floor lamp is by , and the stools are by Paul McCobb; a photograph hangs on the wall, and the rug is by the .

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Actress Courteney Cox at her home in Malibu, California, which was renovated by architect and designed by ; the painting is by Harland Miller.

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A vintage French lamp extends over a -designed sectional in the living area, the custom-made cocktail table is from , and the chair is by Hans Wegner; a Samsung television is set into the flagstone fireplace surround.

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Countertops by , ovens and a refrigerator by , and stainless-steel sinks by in the main kitchen; the light fixture is from , and the barstools are vintage.

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In the living room, a painting hangs above a Jacques Adnet étagère and a lamp from .

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A –designed concrete table from Cox's previous home is paired with stools from Lebanon; lounge chairs are upholstered in a fabric, and the decking is .

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Courteney Cox’s Private Retreat

A custom-made banquette surrounds a teak-and-steel lava-rock fire pit.

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Courteney Cox’s Private Retreat

Stools upholstered in vinyl at the bar outside the screening house's galley kitchen.

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A painting by , vintage leather chairs by , and a poured-concrete floor in the tennis house.

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In the master bedroom's sitting area, a painting by Matt Palmer hangs above a custom-made daybed; the throw is by , and the rug is by the .

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The cabinetry and mirror frame in Courtney Cox's master bath are ebonized white oak, the pendant lights are custom made, and the sink fittings are by ; the chair and ottoman are upholstered in a velvet by , and the artwork was done by Cox's father while he was in high school. To tour the rest of her beautiful home, click here.

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In the master bedroom, the custom-made head- and footboards are zinc, the selenite bedside tables are by , and the bedding is by ; the two-tone Swag Leg chair is by , and the rugs are from .

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The powder room is sheathed in white oak flooring, the sconces are from , and the sink fittings are by ; a photograph taken by Cox's Cougar Town co-star Christa Miller is displayed on the granite countertop with zinc sink basin.

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In the screening house, the kitchen's range and vent hood are by , as are the handles on the stainless-steel cabinetry.

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Paintings by Harland Miller and a Turkish rug from in the entry.

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Flagstone flooring in the pool room, which features a painting by Arsen Roje, chairs from , and a light fixture by ; the pool table and metal floor lamp are custom made.

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On the deck, a teak stool sits beside a chair by ; the sofa and cocktail table are by Sutherland.

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The master bath's shower is sheathed in onyx tiles and features showerheads and fittings.

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In the master bedroom, Gideon Kramer's Ion chair is paired with a desk from ; French doors lead to a terrace that overlooks the pool area and Pacific Ocean.

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Ottomans by Sutherland flank a side table by on the flagstone patio; the pool is filled with saltwater.

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French pendant lights from hang over a table and chairs by in the outdoor dining area; the pergola is of steel and teak.

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This article was featured in the >July/August 2011 issue.

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