*Rococo Revisited
Newby Hall
The drawing room 
Yorkshire  England
Designed by Sir Christopher Wren, interiors by  Robert Adam  furniture by Chippendale  , Gobelins tapestries and classical statuary.
Photo: Julian Nieman 
Blue Bedroom (Palazzo Brandolini) (via la Rocaille - A blog about Decadence, Kitsch and Godliness.)
 Paris, Musée Nissim de Camondo
Chinoiserie details from designer’s Michael Smith book Elements of Style
(via Habitually Chic®)
The interior of the restaurant “Turandot” on Tverskaya Boulevard, Moscow. As the basis of the decor was taken the “chinoiserie” style of  the 18th century.  photo: Степанов Михаил
interiors, Chateau de Gignac
Villa Torrigiann, Lucca Italy, fresco, late 17th century
Walls by Florence de Dampierre with photographs by Tim Street-Porter and Pierre Estersohn (Rizzoli Books).  (via The Curated Object)
Johann Wenzel Bergel, garden pavillon at Stift Melk, 
The Gabrielli room in  Lyons Demesne  estate  Co. Kildare Ireland
A Soul’s Purgatory (via Spirits | Karen Knorr)
In W magazine, April 2010 issue, photographer Tim Walker brings his favorite paintings to life. Here: François-Hubert Drouais’s 18th-century portrait of Madame de Pompadour at Her Tambour Frame, (1763–64)  super-sized to fill the walls of England’s Glemham Hall, SUFFOLK, UK.
What would happen if you made a painting so big that it became almost real? And what if the characters in that painting started to fall out and into our reality? These were the thoughts percolating in photographer Tim Walker’s mind when he conceived of “Blow-Up” in W magazine April 2011 issue.
Walker, together with set and costume designer Rhea Thierstein and their respective teams, spent days super-sizing some of his favorite works,  and then transferring them onto the walls of Glemham Hall, a vast Elizabethan house in Suffolk, England. “There’s something ghostly about it,” says Walker, “something of the past.”
Château de Vendeuvre The suite of rooms enfilade
Where Have All the Sparrows Gone? (via Academies | by Karen Knorr)
 Paris, Hôtel de Soubise, Salon de la Musique
(photo Parsifall)