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See Spanish definition of sala
1sala femininesalón masculine
- This was once a state bedroom for visiting dignitaries but is now an elegant drawing room for entertaining important guests.
- There are three bedrooms, a drawing room, a dining room, a kitchen and a bathroom.
- As well as four bedrooms, the house has a drawing room, dining room, kitchen and a study.
- The 120 square metre house has a drawing room, dining room, kitchen, three bedrooms and a bathroom.
- It includes a drawing room, dining room, kitchen, the four bedrooms and a family bathroom.
- A second hall to the side leads to the drawing room and sitting room.
- I live in the biggest rooms: the drawing room, the dining room and the ballroom.
- Special features include white limestone flooring in the hallways, oak timber flooring in the drawing rooms and dining rooms.
- The first reception room, the drawing room, is to the left of an entrance hall with a marbled tiled floor and guest toilet.
- The drawing room and dining room lie to the left of the hallway and look onto the front and rear respectively.
- The main reception room, the drawing room, lies to the left of the entrance hall.
- Both the drawing room and dining room have ornate fireplaces and decorative cornicing with large windows looking out over the gardens.
- On the ground floor the drawing room and dining room have open fireplaces while the first and second floor contain the five bedrooms.
- My brother's wife would want to run the house and use the drawing room and dining room - and where would I be?
- The pattern is repeated on the first floor, which includes the ornate drawing room and turreted day room.
- He passed through the sitting room and the drawing room, coming to the partially opened bedroom door.
- Downstairs there were four rooms: a dining room, drawing room, playroom and kitchen.
- Under the upstairs drawing room is a family room and smaller study.
- Double sliding doors between the drawing room and dining room have been recessed into the dividing wall.
- The subjects, it has to be said, seem more appropriate for a dining room than a drawing room.
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