A music room in the style popular during the reigns of Louis XV and Louis XVI. During that time music rooms were popular, however there were no such things as dining rooms in most houses. When a meal was to be served the servants simply set up a table of a suitable size, then removed it afterwards.
The chest with two drawers is by Jacques Dubois.
The blue vase is Chinese from the Kien-Long period.
The blue sofa is by Philippe-Joseph Pluvinet.
The chairs by François Reuze.
The rug is 19th century and by Karabagh.
The harp is by Jean-Henri Nadermann.
Below a close up view of the pannelling on the walls of the music room.