The ceiling was constructed in a series of decorative shadow boxes in a Rococo design painted in blues and rich maroons. Couches, Settees, and chairs were set about the room. And lights were suspended from the walkway around the walls.
The dining room also stood out in my mind, set for dinner with exquisite china and crystal so fragile it made me nervous just breathing near it.
Two of the rooms had had the silk wall coverings replaced. One with red and one with green. The original design of the silk had been recreated specifically for this.
I love this image of the castle. I wish it were my own but it's borrowed.
It was a wonderful experience and England and Scotland are so fortunate that so many of their castles are actually used as residences and are shared with people like you and me.
Until next time.