American Art History Custom Essay

Jefferson’s bedchamber Jefferson’s bedchamber is the largest and most impressive of the house’s personal rooms. It has an eighteen and a half foot ceiling, ionic entablature, and immense light entering the room. The alcove bed, which was made perfectly to fit Jefferson, is accessible on both ends and links his bedchamber to the cabinet or office. A hinged, double door screen was located on the cabinet side of the bed and was used to divide the two rooms (Monticello Explorer).