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The Exotic Room

The Exotic Room is a small room arranged in an Oriental style. Nineteenth-century utensils from the Far and Middle East are gathered there along with European products inspired by Oriental art, e.g. a Japanese Imari-type flowerpot, Chinese porcelain chandeliers, a famille-rose vase or German imitations of white-and-blue Chinese porcelain. The armchair from the turn of 20th century, a Carlo Bugatti design, inlaid with ivory and mother-of-pearl, copper sheet-metal-clad, is a decent rarity among the pieces of furniture.
The corridor will lead you from Count Adam’s bedroom to a side staircase and to the White Salon. There is an eighteenth-century wardrobe standing to the right, inlaid with flower and bird motifs. Above it is a portrait of the last owner of Kozłówka – Jadwiga Zamoyska nee Brzozowska, with her three children: Adam, Maria and Andrzej, painted in 1941 by G. Orłowski.