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See inside Sophia Bush's lovingly restored 1950s bungalow

Sophia Bush lovingly restored a 1950s bungalow in the Hollywood Hills and shared a tour of it with Elle Decor. See inside!
/ Source: TODAY

Someone needs to give Sophia Bush her own home design show because the former “One Tree Hill” star is giving us major inspiration.

The 37-year-old actress (who actually has her own design consulting firm, Filles de Rincón, with friend and designer Lauren McGrady) recently renovated a 1950s bungalow in the Hollywood Hills and is showing it off in the latest issue of Elle Decor.

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Sophia Bush poses in front of her lovingly restored 1950s bungalow.Trevor Tondro / Trevor Tondro

“Restoring this house and bringing it back to its midcentury splendor has been such a joy,” she told the magazine.

And we can see why.

The 1,600-square-foot house has a chic and modern aesthetic mixed with a feel-good vibe.

“Everyone who’s come to visit says they’ve never seen anything like it,” Bush said. “And being here makes me feel incredibly grounded and creative. So it’s working.”

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The living room feels so bright and relaxing.Trevor Tondro / Trevor Tondro

The living room features a wall of windows that let in the bright California sun. The space is decorated in an earthy color palette, complete with a comfy-looking leather sectional sofa, wicker chairs and an oversized rug.

In the kitchen, which Bush says “flows so well,” there’s a 13-foot-long island the color of adobe bricks, topped with Caesarstone. White cabinets make the space feel bright and airy.

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Bush arranges flowers in her newly renovated kitchen.Trevor Tondro / Trevor Tondro

For the master bedroom, she chose a midcentury walnut look for the closet system. It’s not only functional, but adds a truly gorgeous accent piece to the room.

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The closet really makes the room.Trevor Tondro / Trevor Tondro

And the master bathroom might be one of the most tranquil-looking ones we’ve seen yet. A large round soaking tub looks out onto a window with the most serene view, framed by a wall painted with a custom color that gives off warm desert vibes.

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This bathroom looks amazing!Trevor Tondro / Trevor Tondro

Read the full interview and see more pictures of this charming retreat in the March issue of Elle Decor.