Little of the original furnishing of Louhisaari has been preserved. Nothing is known of the furniture from the time of the Flemings.
From the time of the Mannerheims, however, there is an
inventory of the estate of Count C.E.Mannerheim made after his death in
1837. There are pieces from his time in the manor, some were bought by
the National Museum of Finland from the Mannerheim family, some items
came with the manor when it changed owner and were donated by the last
private owners. Pieces from West-Finnish manors selected form the
collections of the National Museum have been added.
The colours and upholstery of the furniture have been restored as far as
possible, but not the faded painted decoration of the elder objects.
Photo: The National Board of Antiquities