A view of the drawing room at Albemarle House. It's inspiration was Nancy Lancaster's yellow drawing room at Avery Row. This room is 36'x24' with a ceiling height of 22'. The Palladian window in the background takes in the view of the garden.
Faux marbelling is a popular effect used on columns and walls to transform them into splendid opulence. Social standing was of great importance during this era and consequently, the entrance hall should be grand and impressive.