"The house feels like a totally different energy," The Real Housewives of New York City cast member said on the show's July 9 episode. "It feels more alive and more awake than it's ever felt."
Clearly, her castmates agreed. "I think Dorinda did a lot of work on the house to make it look exactly like it looked before and new and improved," Luann de Lesseps said. "It's like Blue Stone Manor on steroids."
Leah McSweeney added: "Look how beautiful everything is in here."
In recent months, Dorinda has been sharing peeks at the updated abode, from the expansive kitchen to the colorful library/billiards room to the luxe pool area. As seen in the recent episode, the 11,000-square-foot mansion also has chic new carpeting, an updated bedroom for her daughter Hannah, and, yes, a new-and-improved fish room.
Scroll down to see photos of Blue Stone Manor's new look!
Cozy Kitchen & Luxe Living Room
"I love my kitchen," Dorinda said during the episode. "This is my retreat." Her colorful living room, meanwhile, also looked like the perfect place to unwind.
"I had Missoni make it," Dorinda explained of the rainbow runner on her staircase. "I did it right. I'm only doing it once." Additionally, Dorinda added other colorful rugs around the abode.
The "Moroccan Room"
"Nothing happens in the Moroccan room," Dorinda said of the room where Leah resided for the weekend. "I don't even go in the Moroccan room!"
The "Fish Room"
Although Luann once declared, "If I’m in the fish room I’m gonna freak out," she seemed much happier with the space's updated look. Previously awash in green paint, the room now features modern wallpaper and chic curtains. In a hilarious moment, Dorinda placed one of the room's three former wall-mounted oversized fishes in the bed for Luann's arrival.
Hannah's recently-updated bedroom (once a favorite of Bethenny Frankel's!) is still filled with vibrant pink accents. Ramona's room for the weekend, meanwhile, had a surprise waiting for her in the bed: one of the large fishes from the former fish room.
Colorful Library/Billiards Room & Chic Outdoor Space
The library, where Dorinda appeared to film some of her interviews during the episode, is anchored by sofas upholstered in bright purple velvet. The outdoor space is filled with more neutral-colored furniture and decor, including the patio's sizable gray sofas.
Opulent Dining Room
Often the room where drama erupts on the show, the space now features zebra-hide rugs under the table and 19th-century chairs, which are are upholstered in velvet, according to Architectural Digest.
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