Christina Hendricks Shows Fans How She Utilizes Small Spaces in Home Renovation Video

The actress is giving fans a home renovation update.

Christina Hendricks is giving fans a glimpse into her latest home renovation. 

The actress has been working with Beverly Hills Organizer Linda Koopersmith, who shared a clip on her Instagram that showcased the perfect way to bring a small room to life through design and furniture. 

The video started with an image of an empty room, before cutting to a video that showed off the final pieces Hendricks added to the space.

The interior design included a twin-size bed that was accented with various colored throw pillows, including mustard yellow, red, and teal, which matched the walls of the room. 

Hendricks also added a wooden desk that had teal-colored legs, along with a wooden chair that she put beside the wall next to the bed. She added a red and tan rustic rug, along with framed photos of birds that brought everything together. 

"The Bird Room …. Love Christina’s choices for this very small room. #craftsman #craftsmanhome #homedecor #homerenovation #remodel #collaberation #christinahendricks #lindakoopersmith" Koopersmith captioned the post.

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Hendricks bought the 1908 craftsman-style house two years ago with the intent to "bring it back to life" after hearing that it would otherwise be knocked down.

The actress sparked controversy when she first shared with her followers that she was renovating the home, with many fans claiming that Hendricks would "ruin this beautiful old home.

The Good Girls actress took to her Instagram to defend her decision to update the home, noting, "I have so lovingly been bringing this home back to life after years of neglect and a makeover in the 1980s. 

"I’m a true lover of old homes and their charms and have done everything in my power to keep all the old historical touches," she wrote in the caption.

Hendricks continued: "It breaks my heart to see comments that I’m ruining an old home. This house was going to be sold to a developer to knock down and put multi units on, so I’m so pleased to save an old 1908 craftsman. I found this Stunning @americh.corp #bow bathtub that is beautifully retro and fit in the style of the house. And these stunning @franzviegener faucets and towel rods just sparkle! @beverlyhillsorganizer."

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