Can we move here?

If there could be one place in the entire world I could move into it would definitely be here! The Chateau of Versailles is just so incredible! Seriously the most gorgeous palace I have ever seen. And I must say that I got a bit fanatic when I entered (or even before actually) this palace. I took an insane amount of pictures and probably had my mouth open for many occasions. It is just perfect! What I love the most is the detailed mouldings, the amount of gilding, the luxurious fabrics and furniture that look so elegant. I’m truly inspired by this beauty.

Inside the Palace of Versailles. Gilded interior.
Inside the Palace of Versailles. Gilded interior.
Inside the Palace of Versailles. Gilded interior.
Inside the Palace of Versailles. Gilded interior.

Since I have so many pictures from Versailles I need to break it down in bits. So in this post I wanted to show a lot of the gilded beauty as well as the turquoise rooms. We do have a bit of turquoise ourselves and I love that combination of colours. And there was especially two rooms that stud out with those colours. As you can see in the pictures there is a dining room with a fireplace and a beautiful chandelier. In the room is also a room divider covered in amazing fabric. The curtains are also incredible and together with the velvet chairs makes the room feel luxurious from head to toe. Imagine to be so lucky to have those insanely beautiful walls. So much details and glam, just with a hint of that would make the room stand out. When we find our dream house one time I hope we can try and make some replicas of moulded walls somehow like this. Maybe not so amazing as these since that would probably cost a fortune. But a little like this. Maybe without the gilding or not so much mouldings. We’ll see when that time comes. We know that we both love this style and want to implement it somehow. So I1m very excited about that!

Inside the Palace of Versailles. Gold and turquoise.
Inside the Palace of Versailles. Gold and turquoise.
Inside the Palace of Versailles. Gold and turquoise.
Inside the Palace of Versailles. Gold and turquoise.
Inside the Palace of Versailles. Gold and turquoise.
Inside the Palace of Versailles. Gold and turquoise.
Inside the Palace of Versailles. Gold and turquoise.

When you enter the Palace of Versailles you end up looking up a lot. The ceilings are the most stunning artworks of gilded mouldings in an extremely detailed way. It’s really breathtaking the whole experience of Château de Versailles.

Inside the Versailles Palace.
Inside the Versailles Palace.
Inside the Versailles Palace.

The next room is maybe an art room. I think so because of the staffelis and desks with all the chairs. So there was probably a work and education room in some way I would guess. I don’t remember now what it was exactly because the palace is enormous and with so many rooms. It is actually so big so even if we where there from they opened till they closed we still didn’t see everything. So that is a good reason to come back. We did see almost everything but I wouldn’t mind seeing at many more times. So I hope you liked this post and got inspired to visit Chateau de Versailles too. If you are going to Paris this would actually be my number one tip to do. Just because of the amazing architecture and stunning gardens and well everything about this place.

Photography: Lone Bru Kjær.