CHRISTINA Hendricks gave fans a peek inside her decadent Los Angeles home while taking a glam mirror selfie.

The Good Girls actress, 45, shared a glimpse into her house while playing "dress up" in Dolce and Gabbana.

Christina posed in a black lace cardigan over a pencil skirt, cinched in at the waist with a slim belt.

The Mad Men star finished off her retro outfit with a D&G face shield as she posed in her incredible dressing room.

"Just playing dress up after seeing the stunning @dolcegabbana show online. I’m allowed to still play dress up! Dolce baby!" she wrotr.

Behind her, fans spotted an ornate gold flower print wall decoration as well as an Art Deco style lamp and a suede tasseled couch.

Christina – who shot to fame playing Joan Holloway on Mad Men – revealed she bought a new home at the start of January and shared snaps of the dusty interior ahead of its renovation.

"I bought a house! And I’m going to renovate this 1908 craftsman from head to toe!!!" she wrote.

"I’m scared, I cannot lie but so excited to design every little inch."

In mid-January, she revealed she was undertaking the mammoth task of redoing her bathroom and shared photos of the broken tub and toilet.

"This is the new bathroom currently…. officially un chic.  #bathroomrenovation #greytoilet #greybathtub #nightmare," the star posted.

Photos from Christina's current house show off the Emmy nominee's penchant for Art Deco accessories including plush printed rugs and pink velvet bar stools.

The actress returned to our screens on Sunday night with season four of the NBC drama comedy, Good Girls.

Christina stars opposite Mae Whitman and Retta as a trio of housewives turned criminals.

The women try to carve out their own path of crime away from gang leader Rio (Manny Montana) in the new season, which premiered on NBC on Sunday.

Season one saw our leading ladies – Beth, Annie and Ruby – rob a grocery store and things spiraled from there.

Over the course of three series' we have seen kidnap, murder, drugs and more robberies.

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