Dorinda Medley's incredible estate in the Berkshires is called Blue Stone Manor, and it has the most romantic backstory ever, if you haven't heard. The Real Housewives of New York City nice-maker grew up in the Berkshires and later received the stately property in Great Barrington, Massachusetts as a gift from her late husband, Richard Medley, who knew that it was partially built by Dorinda's grandfather and great-grandfather (who were both masons by trade), and it had always meant a lot to her when she was growing up.
And lately, Dorinda has been beautifying Blue Stone with some brand new touches inside the home, which was first built way back in 1902. She decided to say goodbye to the controversial fish room, which none of the Housewives wanted to stay in when they visited the property, and has instead brought in a lot more blue!
“I said the other day, ‘I need a facelift or the house needs a facelift.’ Unfortunately, the house won," she recently told Elle.
We have to say, the home facelift is paying off! Look how at how well Dorinda's blue couch matches her walls. And tell us, have you ever seen someone look so happy?
Clearly the home renovation is going well!
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