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Tracey Edmonds, 50, has called her "comfortable-fancy" six-bedroom, seven-bath Beverly Hills estate home for the past 15 years. The Extra TV co-host — who shares her house with sons Brandon, 20, and Dylan, 16, from her relationship with ex-husband Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds — says the "dramatic" spiral staircase in the entryway is one of her favorite features.
"I grew up watching a lot of the old Hollywood movies," she tells PEOPLE. "When I saw this house and I saw this staircase, it grabbed me immediately. I love it!"
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The TV and film producer filled her office/library with furniture and décor she collected during travels to Europe and Asia.
"A lot of those books came from a French flea market, and lot of those are actually in French," says Edmonds of the tomes on her bookcase, which was shipped from Paris. "They look pretty but I can't really read them because I don't speak French!"
But it's the bottom shelf that houses the most meaningful display.
"You'll see my parents in there, you'll see my grandparents in there, you'll see my kids in there, you'll see all the places that we've been," she says of the array of framed photos. "It's a lot of really happy memories and moments that we shared together."
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Backyard with a View
"The view is what really made me want to live here," says Edmonds, who spends a lot of time in her backyard reading, meditating and doing yoga. "When I saw the backyard view, it blew me away. It just made me feel happy and peaceful."
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Edmonds' massive walk-in closet is organized by color, to make her busy lifestyle a little more streamlined.
"My favorite thing about the closet is that everything's out in the open," she says. "I like being able to see everything and have direct contact with everything so I can find things really quickly."
Photos of her children and mother in one area of the dressing space serve as morning motivation for the co-host.
"I just love seeing pictures of people that I love because it makes me feel great," she says. "It's just a beautiful thing to see your kids when you're putting your socks or shoes on."
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From her elephant collections to "fancy candelabras," Edmonds' home truly captures her casual but classy style.
"I love a house where you feel OK taking your shoes off, laying on the couch, reading a book and grabbing a blanket and chilling by the fireplace," she says. "But also a house that has a little bit of flavor and a little bit of extra to it."
Watch Edmonds give the full tour here.