The Blue Boudoir

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The Blue Boudoir

Naturally lit from two sides, the Blue Boudoir is the brightest of the enfilade of rooms. It was used by Daisy as a ladies' dressing room.

The plaster ceiling was designed by James Pettifer, one of the 18th century's most sought after craftsmen.

The ornate carvings around the fireplace may be the work of Grindling Gibbons, one of the most famous wood carvers of his day.

To the left of the mirror can be seen the entrance to the service passage. Click here to look back

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