The upper hall
The walls are marbled in yellow Siena marble.
The pilasters on each side of the doorpost would enhance the effect of the ceiling height.
The gilded console table with its mirror features sculpted dolphins as legs, which was typical of the empiric style.
The rectangular banquets (wide pallets), in the late Gustavian style with flared legs and padded seats, were probably the beginning of the 19th century’s most common furniture. The banquet, which lacked backrest, was placed along the wall and could easily be moved around as needed. The neat banquets were widely used when ladies and gentlemen gathered to converse.
The curtains in the hall have naturally advanced drapings, lace queues. At this time, the bars were often gilded and adorned with shields, arrows and laurel wreaths (symbols of war and victory).