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In Eisen home, personal touch in every room

Eisen loves to entertain her large extended family on the holidays. It’s not unusual for 20 to 30 guests to gather around the Eisen table for Rosh Hashanah or Passover.  In her new house, they can do so in comfort with elbow room and everyone at the same table. That was a driving force in the design of the main floor of Melanie and Craig Eisen’s new home. They wanted a dining room that felt intimate in its own space defined by a drop ceiling with recessed ambient lighting and a dramatic rectangular chandelier, but large and open enough to be able to re-orient the direction of the dining table to accommodate all her guests at the same table. That is how the Eisens approach […]
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