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Through the tall French windows in the second drawing room could be glimpsed the formality of controlled, low box hedging and white rose bushes that hinted at the designer’s passion for gardens in the grandest French manner.
The second floor has a grand, partially divided drawing room, currently arranged for entertaining, with a terrace overlooking the back garden and a half-bath near the elevator.
Finish the day with a glass of rare Irish whiskey in front of an open fire in the drawing rooms.
The drawing room is still furnished with upholstered Edwardian sofas, desks, artworks, and a grand piano from Astor’s time.
Bedroom reading is, Williams reminds us, very different from reading in the drawing room, or on public transport (the stage coach, at this period).
And of course there will be afternoon tea, served in the drawing room and back courtyard overlooking a placid lake, as well as a bar serving the finest cognac and cigars.
Be sure to stop in to Duchess’ former drawing room as well as the banquet hall with its ornate ceiling paintings.
Scenic designer Roman Tatarowicz creates an elegant drawing room that doubles as concert stage, thanks to the offset sound design of John Kolbinski.
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Origin and Etymology of drawing room
First Known Use: 1642See Words from the same year
DRAWING ROOM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of drawing room for English Language Learners
: a formal room that is used for spending time with guests or relaxing
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