I thought I'd make a list of actual rooms in Filoli that were replicated for sets on "Dynasty" and note the differences. Foyer: appears to be a very close match, I can't tell if the curved walls on either side are vaulted as they are at Filoli. There is a step-down to the Reception Hall on the set which doesn't exist at Filoli (where the floors of the two rooms are level). Reception Hall (seasons one and two only): very faithful, even the wallcovering is similar. The set is smaller, with only two sets of french doors instead of three. Transverse Hall: the portion on the Library side of the house is similar in length and (in the first two seasons) ends with french doors as it does at Filoli. At the start of season three the french doors were replaced with a statuary niche framed by one of the door surrounds from the Reception Room. The portion of the Hall at the other end of the house has been reduced in length and ends with french doors, at Filoli it ends with the entrance to the Dining Room. The sets lack the barrel vaulted ceilings found at Filoli. Staircase (seasons one and two): its location has shifted to the end of the Hall, aligning with the entrance to the Dining Room set (where the Study is located at Filoli); at Filoli the staircase aligns with the entrance to the Library. This shift is to accommodate the set for the Living Room (which also serves at Blake and Krystle's Bedroom and three different bedrooms for Steven). The staircase runs have been reversed left for right for filming purposes (a character can be filmed walking down the Hall from the Foyer and ascending the Staircase with only one camera set-up; two camera set-ups would be required if the Staircase weren't reversed). The wrought iron balusters are a different design from those at Filoli. The glass in the large arched window has amber-tinted glass unlike the clear panes at Filoli. Staircase (season three through nine): it was re-positioned in the former location of the Reception Hall, opposite the Foyer. It is wider (across the landing and the space leading to the Solarium beneath it) and the off white walls have been replaced with the blue damask wallcovering from the Reception Hall. The stair treads and risers were black during the first two seasons (to imitate the marble at Filoli) but now the treads are stained wood and the risers are painted off-white. The amber-tinted glass in the arched window has been replaced with colorless glass. Library: almost an exact replica of the Library at Filoli; the one noticeable difference being a door (to the Carrington's Dining Room) replacing a bookcase in the original. Kitchen: a very faithful recreation of the original (and since restored) Kitchen at Filoli, it is narrower with only one window instead of two.