You can't really tell if this beauty actually is a greenhouse or maybe a gigantic indoor garden. But either way it is stunning and a huge inspiration on how to design one's one greenhouse with a little more charm than just the usual pots and benches.
The table in the formal dining-room was once in a Paris library. It is now painted and mirrored, surrounded by antique chairs covered in green mohair. From the mirrored ceiling hang four identical chandeliers, a rare find from a church.
I used to love sitting in the solarium playing cards. I think a sunroom/conservatory is a great place to relax. I think it would be awesome to have one that's so sunny I could grow plants there, like the greenhouse at the Chocolate Museum.
This opulent Bel-Air estate has neo-classical style with corinthian columns, free standing entablature, large geometric fountain, stone pavers around the pool, and ornate carvings on the facade of the house.
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