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The Imperial Suite, Peles Castle, Romania by Andrei Robu - RoSonic.photos on 500px

The Imperial Suite, Peles Castle, Romania by Andrei Robu - RoSonic.photos on 500px

The Breakers Morning Room served as Drawing Room for formal social occasions such as receiving callers. The "informal" living spaces downstairs were the Library and Billiard Room. Note: the narrow reddish inserts in all four corners that look like verre eglomise are, in fact, platinum. The Great Depression made such excesses of the Gilded Age morally malodorous, in retrospect. JC

The Breakers Morning Room served as Drawing Room for formal social occasions such as receiving callers. The "informal" living spaces downstairs were the Library and Billiard Room. Note: the narrow reddish inserts in all four corners that look like verre eglomise are, in fact, platinum. The Great Depression made such excesses of the Gilded Age morally malodorous, in retrospect. JC

vogue living- sunday book club  http://www.markdsikes.com/2012/07/08/pretty-much-perfect-sunday-book-club-part-2/

vogue living- sunday book club http://www.markdsikes.com/2012/07/08/pretty-much-perfect-sunday-book-club-part-2/

Sumptuous dining room in Peles Castle, in the village of Sinaia, just south of Brasov, Romania

PHOTO: Dining room of Peles Castle in Sinaia, Romania

Sumptuous dining room in Peles Castle, in the village of Sinaia, just south of Brasov, Romania

Il Palazzo Nymphenburg a Monaco di Baviera interni. - Cerca con Google

Il Palazzo Nymphenburg a Monaco di Baviera interni. - Cerca con Google

Christiansborg Palace, Abildgaard  Hall. Copenhagen, Denmark

Christiansborg Palace, Abildgaard Hall. Copenhagen, Denmark

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