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Dorinda Medley Decked Out Her Blue Stone Manor Pool with the Most Luxe Floats

The Real Housewives of New York City cast member has a chic way to lounge in her incredible pool. 

By Abby Feiner

While Dorinda Medley has been known to cannonball into her Berkshires home's pool, she and her daughter, Hannah, took a more relaxed approach to a pool day on July 5 by lounging on a luxe oyster shell float. 

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In an Instagram photo that Dorinda captioned with lyrics to Billy Joel's "You Are My Home," the mother-daughter duo happily relaxed on the large float, Frontgate's Oyster Shell float currently on sale for $123. 

As it turns out, Dorinda has two of the floats on hand at Blue Stone Manor, one of which RHONY alum Carole Radziwill enjoyed during a visit on the same day. "Venturing out of NYC for the first time since quarantine never felt so good," Carole wrote in her own Instagram post. "Sunshine, country air, and these two fresh water pearls."

Carole's photo also showcased the outdoor area's vibrant hedges and chic black patio table set with a matching umbrella. 

The pool isn't the only stunning outdoor area to unwind at the recently-renovated home. In April, Dorinda showed off one of the property's patios, which features rattan furniture and a cozy wood-burning fire pit. While the setup is a sight to see in its own right, it also offers unobstructed views of picturesque hills and trees. 

Being able to have a relaxing pool day at the home is a notable moment after renovating the property last year due to damage from a severe flood. "The house was closed for eight months! I had close to $1 million worth of damage. There was a point there where I said to my mother, 'I don’t want it. I’m one person.' It’s almost like a deserving thing. I had kept the show on the road for so long because of [my late husband] Richard. Richard gave [the house] to me before we got married," Dorinda told exclusively in April. "This is where I grew up and everybody identified me with Blue Stone Manor."

"I think this process gave me a lot of empowerment, like, you are on your own, but you’re strong!" she added. "You’re able to do it."

For a look inside Dorinda's fridge at Blue Stone Manor, check out the video above! 

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