Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are taking a page out of Gwyneth Paltrow’s book and listing their Santa Barbara, Calif., beach house on Airbnb.
“Hey, babe. I have a really dumb idea,” Kutcher, 45, said to Kunis, 40, in the selfie-style video.
“Oh, no. Why are you recording?” she asked, caught off guard.
The “What Happens in Vegas” star warned his wife that his idea was “dumber than [his] mustache,” going on to say, “I think we should have complete strangers come and stay with us at the beach.”
After letting out a laugh, the “Bad Moms” star questioned, “Like in real life?”
Kutcher was quite serious.
“It’s really nice here. I think people will like it!” he said, to which she replied, “Yeah, I think they’ll like it, too!”
The former “Punk’d” host explained in the accompanying caption, “It’s not the craziest idea I’ve had…stay with us at our beach house and leave like we’re old buds!”
Though booking for the “oceanfront oasis” does not open until Wednesday at 10 a.m. PT, the pair already have some interested potential guests.
“Signing up🔥❤️🙌,” Good Charlotte rocker Joel Madden commented, as comedian Whitney Cummings added, “I’m doing this.”
The two-bedroom, two-bathroom abode features a living room, dining room and full kitchen. It also includes a spacious patio with a massive hot tub, is located “steps from the beach” and offers a “panoramic” view of the Santa Ynez Mountains.
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“Our Santa Barbara County beach house is our home away from home, especially when we’re in need of some R&R (you fellow parents know what we’re talking about),” Kutcher and Kunis — who share daughter Wyatt, 8, and son Dimitri, 6 — explained on the Airbnb website.
“We’ll be there to greet you upon arrival and make sure you have everything you need for a fun-filled stay at the beach,” they vowed, adding that they’ll also “capture some content” with their guests “to commemorate your SoCal stay.”
Though “meals and snacks will be provided,” the duo made sure to note that local bites, shops and hiking trails are all close by.
The one-night stay for up to four guests is on Aug. 19.