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Dorinda Medley’s Berkshires Home Flooded and the Damage Was Severe

Say it ain't so! The Real Housewives of New York City maven's famous fish room could not be saved.

By Courtney Thompson

Dorinda Medley’s grand vacation home in the Berkshires — dubbed Bluestone Manor — may not be everyone’s taste (whose home is?!), but its interiors are grand, to say the least. Chock full of expensive décor and furniture galore, the home is layered and textured and utterly over-the-top.

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Which is why we let out a little gasp during last night's finale of The Real Housewives of New York City, when we learned that the home suffered a major flood.

Cue: The shocked-face emoji. All those rugs! All those tables and chairs and omg, all those holiday decorations! And then came the news that the Dorinda’s lightning rod of a guest room — that’s right, the fish room — did not survive the flood.

Y’all, this news is not going to sit well with any of Dorinda’s fans. Remember when she tweeted about the renovation and her followers unanimously begged her to keep the fish room intact? It seems even Bethenny Frankel was coming around to the décor concept, as she was going to send Dorinda an oversized fish she spotted while out shopping.

Will Dorinda recreate the fish room once again? Did she lose all of her Halloween and Christmas decorations? So many questions. Regardless, we know she's going to make it nice... and we can't wait to see the results for ourselves!

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