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Drawing room

A large formal space for entertaining.

drawing room

A formal reception room, usually in a prominent location of a large home, mansion, or manor house.
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We felt our stay was too short to spend any time exercising, or going shopping in Covent Garden, Regent Street, so after chilling out for a couple of hours in our contemporary, classic - and, above all, comfortable - room, we dined in said Homage Grand Salon.
While the grand salon is a showstopper, the award-winning kitchen clearly holds its own.
Calderdale Council has taken over the lease for the first-floor Grand Salon, one of the main features in the building, and it will now play host to celebrations such as weddings.
In the grand salon, Brown painted Italian landscape scenes on the wood of recessed arches in the custom entertainment wall by Euro Tech Cabinetry.
And their new showhome, designed by Midland firm, Casa Belle, takes on a grand salon style to reflect a mansion theme.
The suite is near the 130 seater grand salon, Peacock Room and De Gray Syndication.
Take tea in the manor house's grand salon and you expect a scullery maid to shuffle in and curtsey.
Create the look of a grand salon with this floor-standing five-arm candelabra, pounds 250.
Twice he attempted to exhibit his work in the Grand Salon carre of the Louvre.
A double staircase leads upstairs and gives a view of the morning room, grand salon and rear portico.
This study of the negotiations that led to the Treaty of Versailles takes as its title the grand salon at Versailles in which the full conference met.
Adjacent to the Grand Salon is the Garden Room, which gallery officials say is an ideal venue for featured art exhibits.