The furniture collection consists of pieces from the artist’s home. Most of these are popular pieces made between the 18th and 19th centuries in the style of previous centuries. There are Valencian writing desks from the 19th century based on 17th century models, cabinets from the 18th century, the odd traditional Basque piece, tables with lyre-shaped legs and some pieces in the Empire style of Ferdinand VII. Of these, the dining table made especially for the artist by the sculptor José Capuz stands out.
Most of the furniture is still in the same place it would have been during Sorolla’s lifetime. Some of the furniture that belonged to Joaquín Sorolla García is also in the Museum, although not on display.
The collection consists of 184 pieces, all of which have been catalogued, assigned inventory numbers from 30001 to 30184, and featured in the online catalogue.