The Montecito home talent manager Scooter Braun shares with his wife and young family is one of my favorites in the March issue of Architectural Digest. Aside from the gorgeous setting on 5 acres with one-hundred-year-old olive trees, the 7000 square foot home manages to be grand yet inviting, warm and family friendly.
Braun and his wife, Yael Cohen, working with architect Marc Appleton and interior design team Kathleen and Tommy Clements, embarked on a two year, large scale renovation of the Arts and Craft style home to successfully meld the 1916 historical nuances of the property with modern conveniences and style.
White paint generously used throughout acts as a blank canvas to show off the bones of the house and provide a quiet backdrop to the vintage, antique and contemporary furnishings.
With several terraces, a rose garden and a long, inviting, olive tree lined driveway, the setting for the home is equally stunning. A pool house, al fresco game tables and fire pits were added to maximize the outdoor lifestyle and enjoy the surrounding views.
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Source: Trevor Tondro Architectural Digest