Character Defining Features - Casa Carlucci - Dining Room

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The dining room in Casa Carlucci is located on the piano noble, in the southeast corner of the building. The room’s primary entrance is from the foyer, and it has a secondary entrance through the flag room. The room is rectangular, with neoclassical interior architecture and finishes. The space is used for dining, so there is a middle Georgian period, Chippendale style dining set in the center, with a chandelier above. Another focal point is the ornate, black marble fireplace on the wall. The walls are painted cream, with dark wood floors. This is accented by a green and gold color palette for the drapery and other details in the space. The room includes four walkout windows, as well as numerous other pieces of furniture and artwork.