The Carniolan nobility experienced many changes in the early modern century, which resulted in the aristocrat being transformed from a solider to a gentleman who no longer fought on the battlefield but worked in an increasingly structured state administration. A different lifestyle brought changes in the use of everyday objects. The master’s thesis seeks to describe the material culture of the Carniolan nobility at the end of the 17th century including apparel with jewelry, as well as dishes. The main source for the study of material culture was the inherited inventories and the pictorial material that made the surveyed objects an image, since preserved items are rare. Examined descriptions of clothes indicate that Carniolan nobility followed the European fashion trends, although they are still dominated by dark shades of the diminishing Spanish fashion. The use of foreign terms shows us that nobility in Carniola towards the end of the 17th century was familiar with French and Italian fashion trends. Among the valuable items we do not only come across the garments and jewelry, but we can also find a list of precious objects intended for use at the dining table. The inventory of these elements shows the demonstrative importance of the items in high social circles as well as the orientation towards individualization, since the description of the dishes indicates the use of their own place setting, such as cutleries, plates, cups and pitcher as well.