In the guest bedroom, one of ten, the iron canopy bed and Edwardian slipper chair came from a picker in Middletown, New York. The dressing table is a country Louis XVI, oak, found in London and the mirror was a family piece.
The toile is a Brunschwig and Fils. The bed is dressed with a collection of antique lace and muslin.
The room was given the name, “The Nun’s Room”, because of the delicate canopy bed.