Leave it to actress and activist Sophia Bush to have one of the coolest homes we've ever seen in the Hollywood Hills.
The young star is frequently on the go, whether she's traveling for leisure, spreading education opportunities to developing countries or shooting on location for her role on Chicago PD, so it's no wonder that she wanted her Los Angeles home to be a relaxing sanctuary of sorts.
Given her busy lifestyle, Bush simply didn't have the time or the energy to decorate it herself, so when Domaine Home editors Estee Stanley and Mat Sanders offered to transform her space, she happily obliged.
The actress explained that she wanted her home to be an inviting place where friends could come and catch up, hang out and enjoy good music.
"About one weekend a month, bands that I love are invited, and we have 60 people over for these great music sessions," she explained.
With that in mind, the decorating gurus made sure that the living space had plenty of inviting seating areas, including a tweed wingback from Hollywood at Home, a red Italian easy chair and a cool aqua Windsor chair A+R.
Mismatched yet unique, most of the furnishings featured in the star's home have just as much as charming personality as she does.
A standout piece? A quirky vintage marquee arrow wall light from PB Teen.
There's also plenty of worldly influences sprinkled throughout the home including a number of ethnic patterned throw pillows, a rich Turkish rug, and a cool Malawi chair by Jeffrey Alan Marks, just to name a few.
From relaxing movie nights to impromptu concerts in her living room, it's safe to say that Sophia is now well equipped to entertain any crowd in her cool pad.