Tia Mowry has a glass-fronted wall of “mommy juice” in her $2.6 million Los Angeles home, The Post can exclusively reveal.
The “Sister, Sister” star’s wine wall, which appears to hold about 150 bottles, is her favorite section of her LA home, she told MTV’s rebooted “Cribs” for an episode premiering at 9:30 p.m. Wednesday.
“Is this mom’s favorite section of the house?” the 43-year-old asked her son, Cree Hardrict, in the clip, in which she is decked out in a white jumpsuit and a velvet coat. “It’s called ‘the mommy juice,’ right, Cree?”
But her 10-year-old son was ready to spill the tea on camera.
“Do you want to tell what happened?” Cree asked his confused mother. “You . . . drunk?”
“A whole bottle of wine,” she responded with a big laugh while sporting a high-top ponytail. “So, yes, I did drink a whole bottle of wine, Cree. But only once,” she said, winking at the camera.
The wine storage is encased behind darkened glass in a hallway, where the home’s neutral color scheme unfolds in textured whites, blacks and tans. Her interior designer is Jake Alexander, she said in a previous YouTube video.
The grand tour
The 4,900-square-foot home, built in 2015, has five bedrooms and six bathrooms, according to Los Angeles County Assessor records.
A black exterior door opens to a white-walled sitting area with a white rug, black sofa, leather chairs, a white armchair, a marble coffee table and a black stone fireplace with a white mantel, she showed in a 2018 video.
The open floor plan flows into a dining area with a black table, a vintage Turkish rug and artwork by Jonni Cheatwood, according to the video.
From there, a staircase leads to the second floor with a balcony overlooking the first-floor hallway table. The hallway has art, a smart-home technology panel, wood floors, white wainscoted walls and crown molding — plus, of course, the wine wall.
At the back of the house sits the family room, where a white sectional with at least a dozen pillows sits on a thin black rug. The living room is completed with a wood coffee table, built-in shelving and a second black stone fireplace with a white mantel.
Behind the couch is the “Tia Mowry at Home” star’s kitchen, where white cabinetry and marble backsplash create a clean look against the warm wood floor. The Calacatta marble island has a farmhouse sink and three wicker chairs.
The well-lit breakfast nook has bench seating, a massive, four-pane square window and a chalk “vision board” with yearly goals, she said in a previous house tour. The kitchen also has a butler’s kitchen and a walk-in pantry.
The actor even gave us a peek into her refrigerator, which is filled with healthy options such as goat milk, organic garlic, vegan mayonnaise, sunflower butter and flax milk. It also has other options seen in many Americans’ fridges, including Alfredo sauce, Lunchables, eggs, sour cream, takeout leftovers, Eggos and plenty of ice, which she recommends as a facial treatment.
Between the living room and kitchen is a tri-paneled wall of windows offering a view of her gunite pool, hot tub and 0.2-acre yard, which has an accessory building (often a pool or guest house) and a two-car garage, permit records show.
The primary bedroom has black walls contrasting with a tan rug and tan blackout curtains. A pair of Ugg moccasins are at the ready next to Mowry’s canopy bed.
Her boudoir is complete with a walk-in closet with built-in shelving filled with shoes, purses and coats. A glass-cased wardrobe holds the rest of her clothes.
The home also has a nursery, a media room with seven plush, leather reclining chairs, Cree’s room with a cathedral ceiling and a playroom.
The “RuPaul’s Drag Race” guest judge first rose to fame with her twin sister Tamera in their ABC sitcom “Sister, Sister.” Fans have hoped for a revival of the 1990s show, but Tia squashed the rumors in a recent TikTok video.