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Chinoiserie chic-themed bedroom by Elizabeth Benedict.

Michael J. Lee

Chinoiserie chic-themed bedroom by Elizabeth Benedict.

For this year’s Junior League of Boston Decorators’ Show House, more than 20 local designers transform 25 rooms in the Nathaniel Allen House, the site of the earliest co-educational school in the country and a stop on the Underground Railroad. From the gracious receiving room by Gerald Pomeroy and cozy bar by Cecilia Walker and Tracey Foley on the first floor, to a nursery done in designer Mally Skok’s own pink and purple prints, plus a preppy, chinoiserie chic-themed bedroom by Elizabeth Benedict on the second floor, there’s a wide range of talent and style on display. The Junior League of Boston 2016 Decorators’ Show House at The Nathaniel Allen House, 35 Webster St., West Newton,

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