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Back home in New York City, Randy shopped for furnishings. In order to design long-distance, he took some photos and measurements before he left and formed a plan of attack. "It wasn't enough to put in furniture," he says. "When you're dealing with something this blank, you have to do something special to give it character; it needs a history and a story."

The family's new dining room certainly has a vintage feel. The painted wood dining table, from Malek Furniture, is lit by a 1940s French chandelier Randy purchased at Chelsea Home Collection. The plates are from the Upper Rust Antiques.
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