The Ketola family were Finnish immigrants who settled in Wisconsin just before the turn of the 20th century. Their daughter had scoliosis and was mostly bedridden from the age of 20 until her death at age 40. When her parents died (in their 90s!), her brothers took care of her. They bought her a parlor piano and set it up in her bedroom so that they could keep up a public appearance of humble simplicity by closing the door when visitors came. It wouldn’t do to have the neighbors think they’d squandered their earnings on such a luxury! The brothers never married and lived in the house without electricity or plumbing well into the 1960s. They had electricity in the barn, though, for milking.
Your family, your bed, and your music. That sounds like a nice retreat to me! Healing wishes to all….