The actor, 30, and his director/ photographer wife, 54, bought the Hollywood Hills property in 2013 and promptly enlisted celeb-favored design duo Pierce & Ward to help them put their custom spin on the historic home.
The result: eye-catching interiors awash in jewel-toned fabrics, statement wallpaper, vintage furnishings and no shortage of impressive artwork. (A vibrant piece by Damien Hirst sits in the office while a nearly floor-to-ceiling Harland Miller painting of a book cover is on display in the living room.)
While it's likely Sam and Aaron plan to take most of their big-ticket items, with the estate priced at nearly $7.5 million, perhaps they're willing to throw a few in to sweeten the deal!
Scroll through the gallery below to tour the home.
Built in 1926 and designed by set decorator Harry McFee, the residence sits on a quiet street near Runyon Canyon.
What an entrance! The foyer boasts a patterned ceiling, a chandelier and charming knick-knacks.
Say a little prayer? A chapel-like nook is outfitted with various religious iconography.
Going glam: One of the second-floor bedrooms is decorated with fanciful wallpaper and ornate furniture.
"Love comes in all sizes, shapes, colors and forms," Sam captioned this adorable Instagram shot of two of their dogs in the main bedroom.
More is more in the living room, which features plush seating, turquoise cabinetry, quirky decor and piles of coffee table books.
Find your zen in the rubber-matted yoga studio, which sits in the lower-level guest apartment.
Get cozy: One of the bedrooms was turned into a den with a pink velvet sofa and sizable ottoman.
A job well done! Aaron, who shares daughters Wylda, 10, and Romy, 9, with Sam, built this two- story treehouse in the yard.
A-list amenities also include a free standing sauna and plunge swimming pool.