Preserved here are renovated elements of original light fittings, whilst furniture has been modernised. A big table for 16 persons, chairs, a glass case, a cupboard – everything here, as well as in the entire Castle, was designed in art déco style, so popular in the Interwar Period. In the restored interiors, there also are decorations dating back to the Interwar Period, including paintings borrowed from the National Museum in Warsaw. From the dining room, one proceeds to the sitting-room and the smoking-room. The appearance of these rooms, as well as their functions, changed throughout the history. The reason for that were the changing preferences of the successive users. Beautiful polychromies have been renovated. The paints were applied using the same method as in the past, combining them with the distemper made from the white of thousands of eggs.