The Boudoir was were the lady of the house had breakfast, perhaps consisting of chocolate or coffee served with buttered or sweetened bread, would have been laid out in her boudoir, located on the second floor above ground.
The early part of the morning might have been reserved for dressing and answering correspondence. For the children of the house this time which should have been devoted to lessons.
The walls in the boudoir are covered in recreated version of a blue rose pattern from the 1820s. wallpaper was considered to be a luxury good and was taxed accordingly.