Gwyneth Paltrow hired a personal book curator to spruce up her collection for newly renovated home
As the mind behind the Goop lifestyle empire, she's endorsed her fair share of over-the-top trends.
And apparently Gwyneth Paltrow has taken her extravagant taste to a whole new level.
The Academy Award-winning actress, 46, hired bespoke bookmaker Thatcher Wine to specially curate a book collection for the star's newly renovated home, according to Town & Country.
Library makeover: Gwyneth Paltrow hired a book curator to specially pick a collection of reading material for her newly renovated home. Above, March 9
The A-lister recruited Wine after realizing she had more than a few shelves to fill.
'Gwyneth remodeled her LA home a few years ago and when she moved in she realized she needed about five or six hundred more books to complete the shelves,' Wine explained.
Wine, who is the founder of Juniper Books, took a personal approach to make sure all the new tomes fit in with Paltrow's book taste.
'I looked at books she already owned, which focused on fashion, art, culture, photography, and architecture, as well as books that her kids liked. We expanded on those topics...'
Shelfie! 'Gwyneth remodeled her LA home a few years ago and when she moved in she realized she needed about five or six hundred more books to complete the shelves,' Wine explained
Hand picked: Wine, who is the founder of Juniper Books, took a personal approach to make sure all the new tomes fit in with Paltrow's book taste
The For the Love of Books author also made sure to include offerings for Paltrow's children Apple, 15, and Moses, 13, who she co-parents with ex Chris Martin.
'For the kids, we included a selection of classics that we thought they might like as they got older.'
Each of the rooms in the house features collections specifically chosen for that space.
'In the family room we integrated the books into her existing collection so that it felt very light, inviting, and easy to grab off the shelves,' Wine said.
'In the dining room, we stuck to a more rigid color palette of black, white, and gray since it was less of a space where one might hang out and read.'
Quite the clientele: Wine has a long list of celebrity clients, having curated libraries for NYC's NoMad Hotel (above), as well as stars Laura Dern and Shonda Rhimes
Wine has a long list of celebrity clients, having curated libraries for NYC's NoMad Hotel, as well as stars Laura Dern and Shonda Rhimes.
Gwyn is no stranger to embracing eccentric trends.
She famously faced backlash after her site Goop suggested women should insert 'jade eggs', an oblong stone made of nephrite jade, into their vaginas to reportedly 'increase orgasm,' 'tighten and tone,' 'create kidney strength,' 'intensify feminine energy,' and 'invigorate our life force.
Shortly after the site began selling the stones for a $66.
Health experts were quick to debunk any benefits of the stone, explaining how the trend could cause serious pelvic problems or even a case of toxic shock syndrome, which can be deadly.
Nope: Gwyn is no stranger to embracing eccentric trends, famously endorsing the use of vaginal jade eggs, which she sold for $66 on Goop