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morning room

A family, or private, sitting room, usually sunlit early in the day.
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In addition to the roomy owners suite, the floor plan offers an optional morning room, a family room fireplace, a basement and other personalized choices.
lt;B Prince Charles, Prince of Wales and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, are photographed by Mario Testino in the Morning Room at Clarence House to mark the Duchess's 70th birthday Mario Testino/PA Wire via Getty Images
The episode is due to be aired on February 16 and was recorded just before Christmas in the morning room of Clarence House.
French doors from the drawing room and morning room open onto the stone rear terrace, from which steps llead down to the beautifully maintained gardens.
On the ground floor there is a hallway with fitted cloakroom, a morning room, office/study, bar area, dining room, large lounge, fitted breakfast kitchen and utility areas.
For one of her most recent projects, Crowley chose to re-create designer William Eubanks' morning room, which won the Judges' Choice award in our 2004 Sensational Spaces contest.
One of the prince's favourite portraits of his grandmother, by Graham Sutherland, hangs in the tasteful Morning Room decorated in light blue with Chippendale furniture.
Raise ceilings, enlarge windows, create a courtyard and expand the entryway into a classic morning room, infused with all of the hues and charm of nature and surrounded by glass.
The U-shaped kitchen adjoins the morning room with sliding glass doors.
The rest of the accommodation comprises: hall, lounge, dining room, fitted kitchen, utility room, morning room, ground floor bedroom and ensuite.