Monday, March 29, 2010

"Beautiful Interior"

I wanted to share these "Beautiful Interiors" with you. I took these photos when we were staying at the Trianon Palace Hotel at Versailles in July '08. This is the bathroom of our room.. I love the combination of the black horizontal brick tiles and calacutta marble... so elegant.







and
this
is the foyer with the gorgeous chandelier in the background and the buttoned green velvet tri chair in the middle.




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8 comments:

Hamptontoes said...

I love that green velvet chair! Stop by my blog today...I passed the Happy 101 blog award on to my favorite 10 blogs...you included!

Mademoiselle Poirot said...

I absolutely love the chair and the cushions on it are so simple and lovely...how I'd love to have more space in my house :-)

Design Darling said...

the velvet tri chair is to die for! and you look gorgeous :)

The Zhush said...

Gorgeous interiors and such a lovely photo of you and your daughter!

Fifi Flowers said...

OOooh j'adore that buttoned green velvet tri chair... trés FABULOUS!!!

A Perfect Gray said...

lovely blog, so glad to find you... I do like the calcutta marble. I need to compare calcutta gold to carerra marble...or perhaps you can help me distinguish some differences...? I look forward to keeping up with you!

M.A.the2nd said...

Thank-you all for such beautiful comments. It was a gorgeous hotel with Versailles just on the doorstep! Gray I would love to help ... the Calcutta I used in our bathroom is a calcutta grey which means it is basically very similar to carrara except it has a much whiter background and also bigger more dramatic grey veining. It also has tendencies to a little bit of taupe veining. Calcutta gold has grey and gold veining through it which is also beautiful but something that would be to a specific interior. Carrara I love as well... the veining is not as dramatic and it tends to not have as white a background. Hope this helps. I am going to do a post with close-ups of our ensuite soon so perhaps you could have a look at those. Cheers and Happy Easter!

Paris Pastry said...

Stunning foyer! Just lovely!

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