The Chinese Bedroom

The Chinese Bedroom is connected to the blue bedroom by double doors.

This bedroom is decorated with a modern reproduction of a hand painted Chinese wallpaper, part of the Chinoiserie theme of the room.

The wallpaper was based on a design from Lissan House in County Tyrone, owned by the Staples family,  Grace Louisa Staples became Marchioness of Ormonde when she married James Butler, 19th Earl, 1st Marquess of Ormonde in 1807.


View of the Chinese Bedroom



This is a seventeenth century Italian marquetry chest .

The chest is actually a set of drawers resting on a stand with four legs.


This is a beautiful lacquered Oriental plant stand  from late 18th century.


A large early black lacquered and chinoiserie decorated Chinese Cabinet and two doors with engraved gilt metal mounts enclosing an arrangement of ten drawers, on a stand with cabriole legs and scroll feet.


A rare antique Chinese eight fold lacquered screen, profusely carved and decorated with figures by pavilions, various mythical and domestic animals, birds, flowers and emblems on one side, and the other side inscribed all over.

White and blue delph vase for tulips.

A tulipiére is an ornate vessel in which to grow tulips. They are typically constructed to accommodate one bulb per spout with a larger common water reservoir base.

It is usually made of hand crafted pottery, classically delftware.

This tulipiére was hand-made in Delft in 2009 as a one off.