Last week, Jennifer Aniston and soon-to-be hubby Justin Theroux were spotted browsing several high-end furniture stores, picking up items for their $21 million Bel Air mansion.
“They had a designer with them, but seemed to know what they wanted and he consulted with them on making sure it was consistent with what they had in mind. They were incredibly polite to staff,” an eyewitness at Ralf’s Antiques told Hollyscoop, “She really knew what she wanted and they seemed to agree on several pieces.”
For Jen and Justin, money was clearly not an issue.
“They were not concerned with the cost, as our prices range from $1,000 to $40,000” says a source for Lee Stanton Antiques, “They were taking photographs of a couple couches and tables – dark wood seemed to be what they preferred. [They] did not say much, but were polite and very low-key.”
“They really liked our antique chandeliers and also two large mirrors. She was very interested in one of our most expensive chandeliers and made sure to take several photos of it and also [asked] the dimensions,” said a source at the store.
But the overwhelming response was that they were SUPER NICE.
“We congratulated them on their engagement and she said, ‘aww thank you’ with a huge smile,” said the Ralf’s source, while another shopper said, “they did not say much, but were polite and very low-key.”