A fluid, light-filled dining area.
A detailed Moroccan kilim, brought back from a trip to Marrakech, defines the dining area in this large, open space. Richly veined, heated marble floors feel warm and look so too because of their soft brown shade. The standout feature is without a doubt the "cellevator": a two-storey glass wine cellar with its own elevator made from an oddly-placed water feature in the home's original design.
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