But I really love this image from the Flagler Museum of how it looks at night the carpet removed.
Breakfast Room, ugh that ceiling is amazing. It seems to be something a lot of folks comment about after visiting this house turned hotel turned museum.
I had an impossible time getting a non-blurry shot of the hearth so this is from the museum
And I also had difficulty getting a good shot of the Drawing Room, sadly because they were in the process of disassembling a large Christmas tree on the far side of the room. This perfectly lit image from the museum gives a good idea of the color scheme.
Although, the aluminum leafed trim is quite a highlight.
photo via Classical Addiction
I love loved the torchieres and I wanted to draw attention the the floral lamp shades, not unlike the modern version carried by places like Pottery Barn Kids. I'm sensing a DIY? Maybe not.
Hey, hey and here's the Pottery Barn Version
Tomorrow I want to look a bit more at the personal spaces of Whitehall. For some reason, bedrooms and guestrooms are always my favorite. Perhaps because the details in "public" rooms are not necessarily reproducible for a nomad. I can't exactly install coffered ceilings in my condo...