Dorinda Medley is returning to the scene of the crime.
Although her home in the Berkshires has seen more than its fair share of explosive dinner parties starring the ladies of the Real Housewives of New York, Medley still finds her country house to be a place of calm.
“I feel like I belong here,” she tells Bravo in the video tour above. “When I come up that driveway it’s as if everything releases, my breathing changes and I truly think I’m home.”
Dubbed “Bluestone Manor” by her castmate Carole Radziwill, the estate boasts plenty of bright and quirky elements like a bejeweled peacock, purple velvet couches and a gaggle of globes. Most seem to pay tribute to Medley’s singular sense of style, but there’s one space she’s not afraid to admit is a duplicate.
“I actually saw the library at the Hearst Castle and copied it. Can you imagine?” she says. “I literally took 5,000 pictures including the ceiling and said, ‘I want it to look exactly like this!’”
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The sleeping spaces, including her master retreat with a pop-up TV cabinet, can be found upstairs, but she’s still a little fuzzy about how many rooms she’s actually working with.
“I think there’s like 6/7 bedrooms and there’s about 10 bathrooms,” she says. “I don’t even think I’ve been in every bathroom, how about that?”
For the full tour, including her double shower that she says “you can have a lot of fun in,” watch the full video above.