The five decorative paintings by Christophe Huet (1735, restored with the support of the Fondation BNP Paribas) represent exotic animals in an oriental pagoda setting. They were installed in the nineteenth century under the Restoration, when the princes of Condé reorganized the chateau after its pillage during the Revolution. In the eighteenth century, the Prince's bedroom was decorated with a series of family portraits, including the Portrait de Mlle de Clermont by Jean-Marc Nattier, now shown in the Painting Gallery. The chairs and armchairs are covered with Beauvais tapestry from the eighteenth century, based on J.B. Le Prince and Hubert Robert sketches. The flat desk, bearing cabinetmaker Schlichtig's mark, was restored with the help of the Friends of the Condé Museum.