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Bedroom

Bedroom

It is the last room of the “House of the Lady” so called because it was restructured in the middle of the eighteenth century for Faustina Amadei' s health reasons, the wife of count Francesco Maria degli Oddi (1680-1746), who retired to these rooms well on in years. In the late nineteenth-century and the early twentieth-century, when Marquises Marini Clarelli had settled in the Palace, the room was covered with brown wallpaper. The wall and ceiling decorations were completely remade during the maintenance operation carried out in 1997. The simple decorations made in the middle of the nineteenth-century were reproduced with the same colours and drawings, the walls were painted in accordance with the friezes and ceiling. The ceiling is made of wooden beams covered with geometric patterns and terracotta tiles with flowery patterns. The doors and windows were repainted in an arbitrary manner, covering the austere artificial wooden version of the mid-nineteenth century with black squares. The wooden floors have recently been made.

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