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Old 05-28-2020, 03:41 AM
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Royal personal interior decoration. Comparing and discussing

The purpose of this thread is to discuss the personal style of the various royals in the way they have decorated their homes, offices or other places where they add their personal touch.

I will start out with a few high-res photos from the DRF.

Here we have Frederik's office from Amalienborg. His desk.
http://kongehuset.dk/sites/default/files/billede2_6.jpg
Cluttered so this is clearly where he usually works.
Notice his mousepad with a photo of Christian and a giraffe?
I see Frederik (just like me) prefer to use a stationary PC. Perhaps because the keys on laptops are too small and too closely set for big fingers?
It's no secret Frederik is into modern art, and I like the painting in the background.
The weird looking designer chair is no doubt comfortable.
Like so many he illuminates the painting, but with a three-legged lamp?!? - No, Frederik. We don't do that, Frederik. We replace that lamp as soon as possible, right Frederik?

Here we have Frederik's desk from the front.
http://kongehuset.dk/sites/default/f...illede1_10.jpg

It's a nice practical, large desk. Me like, me want.
The curtain is discreet without being boring.
Then there are the paintings on the wall. I don't really like any of them.
It's mess of different styles and different frames.
That could be done differently.

Then we have QMII at Fredensborg, sitting behind a chessboard desk.
http://kongehuset.dk/sites/default/files/109.jpg

And here we have a consistent style. Nice!
With a nice photo of her replacements on the table, giving a sense of stability and consistency.
The chandelier (I think it's called) converted into a lamp is downright stylish.
With the miniature of PH's figure and declaration of love on the other side of the lamp.
That is solid good taste.

And finally in this post, we have the new chairs to be used for grand dinners at Christiansborg. We know that QMII has had a direct hand in the design of these chairs.
http://kongehuset.dk/sites/default/files/kna07485_0.jpg
http://kongehuset.dk/sites/default/files/1_89.jpg
http://kongehuset.dk/sites/default/files/6_16.jpg
http://kongehuset.dk/sites/default/files/_dsc8883.jpg
http://kongehuset.dk/sites/default/files/_dsc8885.jpg

They are no doubt very practical, surprisingly comfortable to sit on and sturdy.
But they do look like monogrammed chairs for the summer cottage.
One neat detail though is that when no one sits on them the reddish seating provides a good contrast to the table cloth. A typical QMII.

Did you notice the fire extinguisher in the background?
Wouldn't it be possible to discreetly cover it behind a curtain or a flower arrangement, at least when there are dinners?
There will be a multitude of staff around, so no need for the guests to run around looking for something to put out fires.
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Old 05-28-2020, 04:03 AM
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Great thread. Plenty of insights are we have seen the desks of QE2 at Windor, Charles & Camilla at Birkhall, Catherine at KP and W-A and Max recently.
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I don't know about Denmark but over here fire extinguishers have to be visible so people can see. Or there has to be some sign posted if it isn't completely visible. In case staff is not directly there and someone needs to grab it in emergency.

Not a fan of modern art but I must admit I like some of the pieces behind Fred. I love my laptop, but I have always had a stationary computer when I did office work. At home I don't have a desk to have a stationary computer, I used my laptop wherever I am.

Definitely got a peek into a lot of royal offices and spaces since covid. Its neat to se the differences.

Max and WA's to compare to Fred.

Maxima's is a bit too OTT for me. I actually like the murals on the wall but the rest is too OTT for me.

https://www.alamy.com/office-of-quee...259204239.html



I much prefer WA's much more streamlined.

https://www.alamy.com/office-of-king...259204218.html
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Old 05-28-2020, 04:26 AM
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Agree. King WA's office works!

Consistent, modern and discreet. Even the thingy hanging from the ceiling works.

https://cdn.images.express.co.uk/img...=1587411414971
But this is Maxima for full throttle!
It's actually tasteful and with great potential, but blue on blue on blue?!?
Where is the contrast to break up all the blue?

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Let's have a look at the workspace in M&F's residence at Amalienborg.
First the meeting room.
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EX_LaLvXkAEjJ4S.jpg

I have never really warmed to the wall-art. Too dark, too busy, too depressing when there are furnitures in the room.
It's a seriously stylish Bornholmerur, as we call them. Grandfather Clock.
It think it's the skin of a seal in wintercoat we see on the floor. It bit too small for a polarbear.
The entrance is neatly arranged with the discreet contrasting curtains.
Apart from the walls needing a coat of paint, this works.

A reception room.
https://berlingske.bmcdn.dk/media/ca...axo-photo.jpeg

You can't put a finger on anything here. Everything works. It's fits the house without being ancient and dusty.

And now let's have a peek inside the (dare I say) summer cottage of King Gustav and Queen Silvia.
https://scontent-sea1-1.cdninstagram...cb&oe=5ED216BE

And the style is summer cottage as well, relaxed, doesn't need to fit together, but just homely.
There are two horses on the bureau. One is stylish, the other is for the fireplace.
And a large stretch of yellow wall is even more depressing than a large stretch of naked white wall. Something is needed to contrast with the yellow. A painting, a wall-lamp, anything. Even an elk-head would do.
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Old 05-28-2020, 04:38 AM
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I don't know about Denmark but over here fire extinguishers have to be visible so people can see. Or there has to be some sign posted if it isn't completely visible. In case staff is not directly there and someone needs to grab it in emergency.

Not a fan of modern art but I must admit I like some of the pieces behind Fred. I love my laptop, but I have always had a stationary computer when I did office work. At home I don't have a desk to have a stationary computer, I used my laptop wherever I am.

Definitely got a peek into a lot of royal offices and spaces since covid. Its neat to se the differences.

Max and WA's to compare to Fred.

Maxima's is a bit too OTT for me. I actually like the murals on the wall but the color scheme and the rest is just too much for me.

https://www.express.co.uk/life-style...l-family-homes



I much prefer WA's much more streamlined.

https://www.alamy.com/office-of-king...259204218.html


The photos of the blue room are not of Queen Máxima's office. They are a library of Huis ten Bosch. Máxima's office has the same wall pattern but uses more greys with -thankfully- only a few blue details, see last photo in this link:

https://www.story.nl/artikel/royalty...a-en-hun-gezin
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Old 05-28-2020, 04:42 AM
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One more before I go to bed already.

Maybe because I am a traditionalist in style and art, I love Charles/Camilla.


Some from Birkhall during this.

https://www.tatler.com/article/insid...rles-interiors

https://www.townandcountrymag.com/so...ak-peek-photo/


Pretty sure I see at least one copy of Harry Potter in Camilla's photo.


Virtual tours of Clarence House and High grove were released before his 70th birthday.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/a...ks-Google.html

Love the art work, but I prefer the more casual atmosphere of Birkhall.
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I much prefer Maxima's office over the library - its a bit too blue! That said, I'm not a fan of the LED mirror in the office, otherwise I think its fab.

Charles and Camilla's studies are so British it makes me smile, but I would find it tricky to work in such cluttered space.


Haakon seems to have a lovely 'home office' looking out from a large window which must be nice

https://www.kongehuset.no/aim/kongeh...et:quality=100

https://i1.wp.com/www.kongehuset.no/...pg?w=750&ssl=1

It's much more 'traditional' than I would have though to be honest.


And of course we always get a really good look at the Cambridge's stunning Anmer home -
https://cdn.fashionmagazine.com/wp-c...5.11.05-PM.png

...or not. Clearly they like the green paint so much William found a jumper to match it.
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Old 05-28-2020, 05:10 AM
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Agree again.

It's IMO a typical home for a 60+'er.
Charles has done a King Carl Gustav here and is using a dinner table.
What would laptop users do without books?

It's a homely place. It bit too crowded for my taste but it feels comfortable.

The same thing with Camilla.
It's homely and comfortable. And disorderly - as a home should be. With books on the floor and the door kept open with some figure I think.
And I'll bet four bananas that the magazine on the table shows the TV-schedule.
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Old 05-28-2020, 05:50 AM
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The study of QE2 at Windsor Castle

https://twitter.com/RoyalFamily/stat...96672100954115
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Old 05-28-2020, 05:53 AM
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I think the offices of both W-A and Max turely reflect their personalities, insofar as we can judge their personalities from afar.
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Old 05-29-2020, 02:29 AM
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Haga palace with Victoria and family in residence:


https://www.kungahuset.se/royalcourt...119aa5222.html

https://www.newmyroyals.com/2020/05/...ce-daniel.html

Christmas in Motion: Baking with the Bernadottes | The Court Jeweller
https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/...151647759.html

A lot of neutrals, some more modern touches but also a few classic pieces.



A bit of a look of Madeleine and Chris' home in Florida. Pretty airy and light in color and sunlight.

https://www.instagram.com/p/B-1ZDfGjEQJ/


Sofia and Carl Philip working in a very pristine white room with plenty of windows

https://ca.hellomagazine.com/homes/2...tockholm-home/
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Pristine white....? It ain't got nothing on the room Queen Letizia of Spain has been working from
https://www.regalfille.com/wp-conten...WN-Spain.1.jpg

It looks like the waiting room to heaven


I much prefer Felipe's office

https://www.regalfille.com/wp-conten...-of-sport1.jpg

https://www.regalfille.com/wp-conten...-of-sport3.jpg

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Old 05-29-2020, 04:44 AM
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I totally agree with you, Tommy100.

Queen Letizia's office is too white. White on white on white has been the thing in Scandinavia for many years now and I do not like it!
It's cold, dull, boring and like living in a hospital.
There is no contrast and nothing to catch the eye. It's reasonably acceptable in daylight, but in the evening, that's when a white room really sucks.
Letizia gets

But King Felipe's office. That is orders of magnitudes better.
It's stylish, calming, convey history and light at the same time.
Even more importantly it's full of details for the eye to discover without being cluttered.
from me.

And Haga, that works!
It is thoroughly well done.
https://www.kungahuset.se/images/18....3%B6berg_5.jpg
The dining room here with the chairs kept in national hues and a great contrast to the table cloth. It's a light room, with friendly, relaxing colors.
Yes!
But the best part in the entrance. If we had a house big enough for an entrance hall that's how I would do it. It's almost perfect.
https://www.kungahuset.se/images/200...3%B6berg_1.jpg
It's looks good in daytime. It's full of harmony and inviting.
But imagine it in the evening. Then it becomes warm, cozy and even more inviting.
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Photos from Haga Palace during the years. Some of these photos are my screenshots from documentary "Haga Palace - A Royal Home", and other videos.

Haga Palace's main entrance, with the photographs by Ralf Turander feature themes from Drottningholm and Ockelbo. A representation room.
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The dining room in 2013. A representation room.
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The dining room today, they have changed the chairs or the chairs have a new upholstery, and now there is a carpet.
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At the dining room is a painting of King Gustav IV Adolf and queen Fredrika Dorotea Vilhelmina, painted by Jonas Forsslund (Haga Palace was built in 1802 according to a design by architect Carl Christoffer Gjörwell, who was commissioned by Gustav IV Adolf). The painting is loaned from the Nationalmuseum's collections.
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The library in 2016. A representation room.
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The library now
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The painting on the wall shows a view of Haga Palace during the time of King Gustav IV Adolf. It was painted by Louis Belanger, and now belongs to the art collection of the City of Stockholm.

The Grand Room. A representation room.
The fireplace in the Grand Room features the coats of arms of the Bernadotte and Sachsen-Coburg-Gotha dynasties, since it was installed as part of the renovation work in the 1930s when Prince Gustaf Adolf and Princess Sibylla moved in.
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One of the paintings at the Grand Room is of Queen Josefina with her son Karl (XV), king Oscar I behind them, painted by Fredric Westin. The painting is loaned from the Nationalmuseum's collections.
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And there is Karin Mamma Andersson's painting 'Svandamm/Swan Pond'.
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The living room. A representation room.
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At the living room is also an old grandfather clock, Princess Christina told about it at the documentary "Haga Palace - A Royal Home". It had belonged to her father, Victoria's grandfather. He had searched for that kind of clock. And when he saw this clock with the Coat of Arms of the House of Vasa, he had found his clock. The clock was at Haga until Princess Margaretha inherited the clock and took it to England to her first home. When she moved to a smaller house, the clock was put to a storage and was there for many years. When she heard that Victoria and Daniel are moving to Haga, she knew where the clock should be, here at Haga again and so princess Margaretha gave the clock to Victoria and Daniel as a wedding present.
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The veranda, there is a portrait of Bertil and Lilian, which Victoria and Daniel got as a wedding gift.
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The kitchen
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Still some screenshots from the documentary
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Photos from Haga Palace during the years. Some of these photos are my screenshots from documentary "Haga Palace - A Royal Home", and other videos.

Haga Palace's main entrance, with the photographs by Ralf Turander feature themes from Drottningholm and Ockelbo. A representation room.
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The dining room in 2013. A representation room.
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The dining room today, they have changed the chairs or the chairs have a new upholstery, and now there is a carpet.
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At the dining room is a painting of King Gustav IV Adolf and queen Fredrika Dorotea Vilhelmina, painted by Jonas Forsslund (Haga Palace was built in 1802 according to a design by architect Carl Christoffer Gjörwell, who was commissioned by Gustav IV Adolf). The painting is loaned from the Nationalmuseum's collections.
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The library in 2016. A representation room.
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The library now
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The painting on the wall shows a view of Haga Palace during the time of King Gustav IV Adolf. It was painted by Louis Belanger, and now belongs to the art collection of the City of Stockholm.

The Grand Room. A representation room.
The fireplace in the Grand Room features the coats of arms of the Bernadotte and Sachsen-Coburg-Gotha dynasties, since it was installed as part of the renovation work in the 1930s when Prince Gustaf Adolf and Princess Sibylla moved in.
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One of the paintings at the Grand Room is of Queen Josefina with her son Karl (XV), king Oscar I behind them, painted by Fredric Westin. The painting is loaned from the Nationalmuseum's collections.
http://imageupper.com/s11/1/1/P158973230373944_2.jpg
And there is Karin Mamma Andersson's painting 'Svandamm/Swan Pond'.
https://i.pinimg.com/474x/e6/3f/18/e...699cb4bdde.jpg

The living room. A representation room.
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At the living room is also an old grandfather clock, Princess Christina told about it at the documentary "Haga Palace - A Royal Home". It had belonged to her father, Victoria's grandfather. He had searched for that kind of clock. And when he saw this clock with the Coat of Arms of the House of Vasa, he had found his clock. The clock was at Haga until Princess Margaretha inherited the clock and took it to England to her first home. When she moved to a smaller house, the clock was put to a storage and was there for many years. When she heard that Victoria and Daniel are moving to Haga, she knew where the clock should be, here at Haga again and so princess Margaretha gave the clock to Victoria and Daniel as a wedding present.
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The veranda, there is a portrait of Bertil and Lilian, which Victoria and Daniel got as a wedding gift.
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The kitchen
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Victoria & Daniel seem to have a lovely home at Haga, great blend of traditional and modern.
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I am in no way, shape or form an expert on the Danish Royal Family... Tbh, I don't even know much about them, but still, I remember this article:
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...sh-palace.html,
This mix of colours and wood tones is to die for. I also love the modern murals on the walls, especially the oval one. And the flooring, it's simply amazing.
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Victoria & Daniel seem to have a lovely home at Haga, great blend of traditional and modern.
Most of what I'm seeing doesn't look very 'homely' to me.
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Most of what I'm seeing doesn't look very 'homely' to me.
Looking at the pictures one should keep in mind that these are not rooms in the private flat of the palace but most likely rooms used for work and representation.
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A glance at Mary's office at Amlienborg
https://www.instagram.com/p/B_SIx88h48t/

Nice and light
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What a great idea for a thread! Really nice to see how each decorates their own space.
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