Like the Drawing Room, the Music Room is a perfect place to escape the winter chill and find some welcome diversion. This room is richly appointed in hues of emerald, a reflection of the verdant landscape beyond its two velvet-draped windows. The walls are papered with a pastoral block pattern in green on a cream ground, while the ceiling is painted to depict Apollo playing his lyre for Zeus and the divinities of Olympus. The gleaming oak floor is laid with a plush green carpet, trimmed with gold thread. The space is dominated by an expertly crafted harpsichord, and a scattering of elegant wooden chairs, softened with emerald cushions.
Agnes waited in the Music Room for Isobel to arrive, looking much more exhuberant than she had in previous days. Dressed in white silk, printed with a pattern of flower motifs in black, and edged with black around the round neckline and cuffs, she fingered the music book Isobel had given her at Christmas, marvelling at how much had changed in so short a time and being quite unable to sit still for very long. There is so much to tell her!
(OOC: Other company welcome as well! )