This is the only bedroom on the first floor. There are seven bedrooms upstairs, and when those rooms are all in use, this room is also available.
It was used during the visits of President Clinton, Princess Anne, Queen Beatrix of the
The display of the porcelain bird is not an antique; it is English Bone China. The Garden Club of Georgia presented this piece to the Mansion during the Presidency of Deen Day Sanders (1987-1989). It represents the brown thrasher, which is our state bird, and the Cherokee rose, which is our state flower. The basin stand supporting the Bone China piece is mahogany and is attributed to William Hooks of
The wallpaper panel in this room is French (Circa 1850). It was done with woodblocks that were destroyed in 1860.
The bed is called an Alcove Bed and is attributed to Charles Lannuier of