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Photo: Jean Allsopp, Van Chaplin; Stylist: Rose Nguyen

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This dining room occupies the opposite side of the foyer from the study. Its wainscot paneling--raised higher than the standard 36 inches--serves as a plate rack as well as a prop for artwork. The spacious room easily accommodates a large, round dining table and six antique chairs with striped cushions in a flat-weave velvet. Reproduction wall sconces complement a pewter-and-gold finished wrought iron chandelier.

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