Catherine Zeta-Jones is known for her stunning style on the red carpet - but it turns out she's quite the homemaker too.
Catherine has been giving her Instagram followers a look inside the lavish homes she shares with husband Michael Douglas and children Dylan, 18, and Carys, 15.
First, there's their $10 million New York apartment which is located near central park and has stunning views across the Manhattan city skyline. And then there's their larger $17 million home in Bedford, New York. The sprawling 13 acre estate dates back to 1895 and comes with a tennis court, guest cottage, swimming pool and Catherine's very own "girl cave."
The 39-year-old Oscar winning actress has recently launched her own homeware collection called Casa Zeta-Jones. It is available in the States through QVC, and she's been promoting the brand on Instagram using the hashtag #StyleByZeta
With some of the images she offers her own styling tips. So here's how you can recreate Catherine's look - perhaps without that Manhattan skyline view though.
Their New York City apartment is quite traditional in style - with views of the city to die for.
One can never have too many orchids.
We can't help but be a little jealous of her impressive shoe collection.
The hallway in their Bedford residence is the perfect place to display large format art. Of this piece, Catherine has said:
"Home is where the 'Art' is. When I sneak home from work for a weekend, I exhaust my family with snuggles and kisses, I walk past this piece, and...well it just makes me happy."
Alfresco dining in Bedford.
Catherine is a big fan of using colour to liven up a space.
"Add a splash of colour to any room to add some life to it! Start small with a pillow or a painting and continue to highlight it throughout your space to add some personality," she says.
Forget the man cave - the girl cave is the new must-have. "One of my favourite places to me. My girl cave," she says.
While the lounge in their apartment has a traditional feel, the hallway is quite modern. Catherine likes to mix up her furniture style, blending old with new.
While she's a big fan of colour, monochrome styling also has its place. "My monochromatic passion," she calls it.
"Stand still long enough and I will start to collect you," Catherine jokes of her love of blue and white china.
Even a style queen needs a bit of styling inspiration from time to time.
Even though she can afford anything she wants, Catherine isn't above sewing her own drapes.
A nod to Catherine's Welsh roots, Catherine proudly displays her Welsh Love Spoon collection.
18-year-old Dylan gets a touch of British in his bedroom.
15-year-old Carys gets a romantic, Parisian vibe in her bedroom.
A traditional look in the guest bedroom.
The separate guest house in their Bedford residence has a relaxed, country vibe.
When you've got space for a piano... well... why not!?
Catherine goes all out with table settings, even when it's just for two.
Catherine's love of spoons is on display again - this time in the kitchen.
Floral centrepiece, anyone?
The light filled hallway in Bedford is perfect for displaying art.
Catherine isn't afraid to make a bold statement - this time with an all black room.
Afternoon tea in her dressing gown - just because she can.
Even the laundry is beautiful.
Catherine has spent a lot of time making over their Bedford residence, room by room. The family room features a huge semi-circle couch, perfect for extended family get-togethers.
An all white look for another guest room.
A girl can never have too many pianos.
Turns out chandeliers aren't just for the inside.
Catherine's love of art (and monochrome) extends to the bathroom.