Here’s the one and only postcard I purchased in Venice, showing an interior shot of the Palazzo Fortuny. The house-museum quality of the main floor was the most fun for me, especially seeing all of the crazy things Fortuny collected, in the tradition it seemed of curiosity cabinets kept centuries prior. I also really liked the long custom sofas (as shown above). There were at least two of them and the chance to actually sit down and relax in what was essentially the living room was really nice. I also like the sofa design independent of the setting — longer than a daybed, less structured than a sofa, relaxed but elegant. Below, another image of the museum I found online.