Character Defining Features - Casa Carlucci - Pink Room

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When proceeding through the grand foyer, through the Staircase Hall, and up the grand stairway to Casa Carlucci’s first floor or piano nobile, visitors have the opportunity to enter a formal seating room, known as the Pink Room. A double-door entry leads visitors from the Staircase Hall to a majestic view of a neoclassical- ornamented and exquisitely-carved marble fireplace set between two nine-foot high French windows. There are a few architectural finishes, decorative and fine art pieces in the Pink Room that have been recognized as cultural heritage assets such as a marble fireplace, a massive crystal chandelier hanging in the center of the room, and lastly an 18th-century transitional Louis XVI neoclassical commode. The atmosphere is elegant and luxurious, and complemented by furnishings and finishes.