Lena Dunham Shows Off Her Los Angeles Home, Reveals What's Next After 'Girls'

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Lena Dunham's house is just as quirky as she is.

The 30-year-old actress and producer gave Vogue's "73 Questions" a short tour of her Los Angeles abode, and after one step inside, it's clear Dunham is right at home.

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"We're a pretty poodle-y household," Dunham explained of her home's unique interior design by Paul Monroe, which features several dog figurines. The eccentric décor continues throughout the house -- pops of color line each doorway and window -- but is most clear in a room right off the foyer, themed "queer and feminist resistance and our important foremothers and forefathers."

The actress reveals more than just her personal style during the interview. She also opens up about her HBO show, Girls, spilling that "weirdly, Allison [Williams] is the most comfortable [filming sex scenes] and I'm kind of the least comfortable at the end of the day," and joking that a future reboot of the series would consist of everyone "at an oxygen bar, complaining about their newly adopted robot children." As for what's next on her career to-do list? That would be theater.

Watch Dunham's full "73 Questions" video -- where she talks about smoking a joint with Rihanna and shooting a love scene with Tom Hardy -- below:

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While Dunham shared a few Girls secrets with Vogue, she also opened up about Malia Obama's time on the set as an intern during an recent interview with Howard Stern. 

Hear more in the video below.