In today's installment, we appeal to the gastronomes and gourmands of the world and present two of the several dining rooms of Fleur De Lys, as well as the main kitchen.
On the left we see that Miz Suzanne Saperstein and her army of decorators have continued the pervasive rose and gold color palette that we have previously seen so flagrantly and excessively used in the Entrance Hall and the Rosegold Music Salon. Your Mama is not sure if these photos were taken just before a dinner party, or if Miz Suzanne instructs her dining room staff to keep the table set at all times just in case 20 guests pop by for a formal meal. Serve from the left, clear from the right, please.
Moving on to the photograph at the right, with somewhat restrained decor and Medieval theme. We originally and mistakenly thought this might be the dining room were the household staff congregated to eat their porridge and gruel. But we have been informed this room is actually the wine tasting room. Please note the stair rail in the foreground. We have also been told that on occasion Miz Saperstein has hired minstrels to stand on the staircase and serenade the gathered oenophiles as they taste flights of Chateau Lafite Rothchild, Louis Latour, and Margaux vintages. Whatever. Your Mama thinks this room looks like an upscale Chucky Cheese Pizza Parlor
The bottom photo, which shows a portion of the all stainless steel main kitchen, is a room that we imagine the Sapersteins seldom visited. This is not a kitchen for the casual cook, or even a single cook. Oh no. We see multiple work stations, multiple commercial grade ranges, warming ovens, a deep fryer, a restaurant grade toaster, and against the back wall, a row of stainless kitchen sinks and dishwashers. And do the children notice that even in a $125,000,000 house that the damn microwave oven is sitting on the counter top just like it does in trailer and tract homes across America?