The ducal rooms were there to be viewed
The luxurious apartment was there for representational purposes and might have been used as lodgings for important guests. Carl Eugen had a large, private apartment in the cavalier building. The six-room apartment is typical for a royal apartment of the Rococo period. The antechamber is followed by the Marble Hall, which is the only room that is lit solely by an overhead light. This is followed by the Palm Room. It served as an entrance room to the bedroom on the south side and to the two cabinets on the north side.