The interior of the villa is richly furnished and bears witness to the various lifestyles of its occupants in past centuries.  On the ground floor, the villa is set out around the columned great hall with various rooms giving onto it including the billiard room, the plebiscite room with its display of historical objects, and the dining room with its antique dinner service. The renowned kitchen, with its collections of copper pans and kitchen utensils, is famous for the sixteenth-century sink in red Verona marble, designed by the Veronese architect Farinati and which, the story goes, Napoleon had earmarked for removal to the Louvre. On the first floor is the great ballroom, the porcelain room, bedrooms with four-poster beds, the Napoleonic bedroom, the bathrooms and the big old-fashioned linen room.

Letto a baldacchino