As with most of Jennifer Corredor's work, the family kitchen is predominantly modern. Here, the glass backsplash echoes the glass in the foyer, its green tone evoking the sea. Wood also features, in the ebony veneer finish on the island.
In the other direction from the entry foyer are the children's bedrooms and master suite.
"The four children's bedrooms also include textured walls and I chose hanging pendants for reading lamps. This increases the sense of space and avoids the possibility of table lamps being knocked to the floor," says Corredor.
Custom doors are a unifying feature seen throughout the home. Designed by Corredor, they are a microcosm of the abiding theme. The doors have a cherry wood frame, with the grain running horizontally, surrounding an etched glass panel. The pattern of oblique lines is reminiscent of blades of grass, and offers glimpses into the spaces beyond.
The master bedroom also features a textured accent wall, here in a wave pattern, but the tone in this parental retreat is on the traditional. Wood bed ends frame padded upholstery and drapes are in a classical style.
"In the master bathroom, a largely unused spa bath was replaced by a freestanding tub for a lighter, roomier feel. Large-format white glass tiles add to this aesthetic, while onyx inserts with a swirling pattern appear almost like a matching painting and area rug," Corredor says. "As a designer, I like to create surprising, distinctive elements the stepped vanity unit with its different-sized basins is another point of interest in this bathroom.
"Overall, the project celebrates the crisp and exotic, as befits an entertainer's residence in a prime location, but it has a nurturing heart."