Beautiful french office with golds + silvers + warm woods. 19th century chateau set in the Dordogne area of France.
Bedroom of the Duchesse d’Aumale ~ Château de Chantilly, France. The original mansion was destroyed in the French Revolution & entirely rebuilt in 1875–1881 by Henri d'Orléans, duc d'Aumale (1822–1897) [Wikipedia]. It was also the reputed setting of the final extravagant banquet from the famous chef, Francois Vatel - hosted in honour of Louis XIV by Louis, the great Condé in April 1671.
The Petit Trianon at Versailles / Marie Antoinette's retreat / built 1762–68 / conceived by Ange-Jacques Gabriel, who "paid homage to the ideals of Greek temple architecture with a square floor plan, a flat roof, and four sober façades limned in Corinthian detail" - Architectural Digest
'Les Illuminations' dans le Chàteau de Vaux-le-Vicomte, Ìle de de France - France
Château d'Anet. "Private Houses of France" by Christiane de Nicolay-Mazery
Abandoned Medieval 94-Room Chateau de Gudanes in Midi Pyrenees, South of France ~ has been purchased by Australian couple and is getting a much needed makeover.
This is actually the Breakfast Room in a Beaux Arts Mansion in Beverly Hills, but it is anything but casual...