You may never be able to snuggle up to Brad Pitt in bed, but soon you'll be able to snuggle up in his bed.
Pitt, the perfume peddler-cum-activist-cum-architecture enthusiast, is adding another line to his CV: furniture designer.
The actor has collaborated with New Jersey designer Frank Pollaro on a dozen pieces, including tables, chairs and a bed broad enough to accommodate his entire brood, reports Architectural Digest.
"I've been doodling ideas for buildings and furniture since the early 1990s, when I first discovered (Charles Rennie) Mackintosh and Frank Lloyd Wright," Pitt tells the magazine. "Actually, I found Wright in college, when looking for a lazy two-point credit to get out of French. It forever changed my life."
It'll cost a pretty penny to own a piece of Pitt, who will sign each customizable item (the collection will be revealed next week in New York; Pitt-Pollaro.com goes live Nov. 11). Pollaro says that his prices are "typically at the highest end of the custom-furnishings scale, and these will be up there, even north of that."
Pitt is still not giving up his day job, however. When the magazine asks how he feels about being called a furniture designer, he resists the description: "Let's not get ahead of ourselves."