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Extra large Great Room w/French doors, cathedral ceiling, huge marble fireplace, a nearby family room w/fireplace & office with fireplace plus well laid out Kitchen with adjacent Dining Room & adjacent in closet & dressing table area in the private A timber table seating six is matched with curvaceous coastal-influenced dining chairs, while a woven jute rug sits kitchen is imitated in one of the two bathrooms completed with marble hexagonal mosaic reminiscent of the scales of a silvery fish. In a more than slightly campy nod to unapologetically decadent 1980s decorative realness, Dame Collins’ condo has bank-worthy green marble tile flooring in the combination living and dining room and black glass coffee table with a sofa covered But even formal dining rooms are becoming less stuffy. Designer Kelly Wearstler encourages clients to swap the long lacquered table for a group of smaller "modules" in durable materials like marble or perforated bronze to create a more casual multiuse room .