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IF THE COMPTONS’ HOME WERE AN edible delicacy, it would smack of a dish at once light and full-bodied. In the kitchen, the olive-green cabinets would bring colour to this dreamt-up bonne bouche, while the living room’s lashings of sunshine and curtains would be served for contrast, balance and long-lingering warmth.

At Scott and Erini Compton’s dining table, around which the three

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