home of distinction
into the front
entrance of the
home and Vega’s
later, but that one has been there for almost two months. I don’t have to do anything to it, it just continues to
grow by itself. I call it my atrium now because they just love it in there,” she says.
The floors — natural, character-grade white oak — infiltrate the more modern style as you’re pulled into the
wide-open kitchen and living space; it’s equally classic and modern. In the kitchen, a large, black marbled island
contrasts the all-white cabinets seamlessly, and the appliances are built into the walls for a more integrated look.
Floor-length windows on the east side of the home allow for a view of the pool and courtyard, natural light
and a steady breeze through the living room, and for making the space look even more wide open.
“She has a very minimalist approach, we capitalized on that — doing the doors black, the inside of the win-dows
black — to add some color to it with the tile and cabinet selections. Tile selections in the bathrooms was
really cool,” Braxton says.
“I like big open spaces; we had an open concept with a large room. We like entertaining so we can open the
doors all the way and we can just have an indoor-outdoor living,” she says.