Season 4, Episode 9

Visual Cues for Room Flow

First time homeowners Diana and Ray want to entertain in their new dream home, but their adjacent sitting room and dining rooms need help to get the party started. Designer Genevieve Gorder tackles the project with a 26-foot built in navy bookcase that spans the dining and sitting rooms to improve the flow between rooms. A custom-made quartz dining room table for twelve, a constellation of chandeliers for the dining room, and rustic touches and textured fabric complete the rooms for a more inviting, yet lived in luxurious look.
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