To the north side of the grand corridor is the music room, which measures 36 ft by 23 feet with the northern-most set of stained glass home windows inset into a columned alcove that is highlighted with a gently carved maple wooden screen. These Tiffany home windows are of St. Cecelia, the patron saint of music, and of Apollo and his lyre. It is more somber than the music room with wealthy mahogany woodwork and a vaulted ceiling. The Whitney mansion is world well-known for upscale dining in Detroit.

Leave a Reply