Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Marie Antoinette a Versailles.


M is for Marie Antoinette.
My Favorite place to look au Chateau de Versailles is http://www.chateauversailles.fr/domaine-marie-antoinette. You can See Marie Antoinette private Domain on this page.
This is the official French Chateau de Versaille Website. It is all in French, i think they have a tool to translate it.

Here is her Palace where she would take refuge...Le petit Trianon.




Here is the inside...




Her Theater...


Don't you like the bright colors!!!

Here, her Farm...


More pictures at the website...She has a tower by the water...

Sofia Coppola's Movie talks about those places very well...


Posts you my devour...
Marie Antoinette bedroom makeover. HERE
Alice in wonderland Party. HERE



34 comments:

Kissed by an Angel said...

Wow! it's magnificent!!! My daughter is going to paris in June - looks like she'll have a fabulous time!!!
xxxx

Shelly said...

Great photos Frenchy,,,Thanks for sharing! I think I'll go make my bed! LOL


Hugs,
Shell

Le Chateau des fleurs said...

Angel, Your daughter is going to PARIS!! Oh, she will love it! Can't get bored over there!HAHAHA
Shelly, have you seen the JC Penney beddings. They are expensive but you only get one and never get bored of it. I only have 2 beddings.Use them, and love them. The blue one is from A Local store, way cheaper though.
Yes, we all have to do our beds...Sometimes...And to have kids jump on it..HAHAHA

Blondie's Journal said...

Oh, how stunning! How wonderful to be pampered like that!

xoxo
Jane

Tracy said...

How very interesting!! I particularly like her farm!! :-)

Thanks for sharing!

Debbie said...

To live a day in her life AHHHH...and yes I do love the bright colors, I love color, that room was stunning!~

fairmaiden said...

Isn't that funny...I just posted about Marie Antoinette today too. If only we lived closer we could watch the movie together this afternoon...I would have you over for tea! Spring and Marie Antoinette is in the air oxox

~*~ saskia ~*~ said...

Paris Paris, ce Chateau est magnifique! Love the picture of the outside!!

Have a happy day! xo

Libbie said...

I really do need to see that movie sometime! Just beautiful!!! I can't imagine actually living there!!!

It's me said...

Ola la la....Versailles..........i have been there.....so beautiful...i 'am in love of france...especially.....paris.......versailles.............hugs from me.....bye!

becca said...

i just spent way too long on the versailles website, thanks to you. :) i want to visit so badly! i need to build up that vacation fund.

Sherry @ No Minimalist Here said...

Oh, I loved Versailles and I would love to go back again. I guess for now I will settle with seeing the movie.

Anonymous said...

Hi girl. I love your blog. You are so creative. Have a great week.
Love,
Rebecca

Rachelle said...

i love that movie. that is my favorite timeperiod movies to watch. it was fun seeing all those pics. :)

Julie Harward said...

Very beautiful...once a lady had pictures of her on her blog and I thought it was pictures of her..the lady of the blog! LOL Come say hi :D

reimaginedtreasures.blogspot.com said...

Thanks for sharing the photos. I loved that movie..especially liked the farm scenes, it seemed idyllic. I would love to go to Paris!!

Kelly said...

Such a great movie! Can't wait to visit Paris later this year!

GardenofDaisies said...

Her farm is so nice! I have this movie on my Netflix list. Can't wait to see it!

aubphotography said...

Love Love Love!! THanks for stopping by my blog.

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

My reine préférée, bien sûr. Anita

Diana said...

Oh how I did love this movie and experiencing Marie's home when I visited Paris a few years ago. Simply magical! Thank you for sharing.
Ta Ta
Diana

Daphne Nicole & Lynda Cade said...

Oh Frenchy, what beautiful pictures!!! I so love to visit your blog, it's always fabulous! Blessings.... Daphne

Katie@LeBeauPaonVictorien said...

Thanks for sharing these great pictures. I absolutely LOVE the Sofia Coppola "Marie Antoinette" movie!
It is one of my favorites.

Viki said...

I really don't know about her that much. I did see that movie though. She really had a beautiful place.

veterankindergartenteacher said...

Wonderful M post.....I love all of the photos! I would give anything to visit Paris one day...sigh

Christy said...

Great pictures, I love all the beautiful places. I love France.

A Write Life said...

Stunning!

Amanda said...

I think my favorite part is the little farm. So absolutely charming!

GardenofDaisies said...

I would love to see that someday! What a lovely little blue theater!

GardenofDaisies said...

PS- My daughter traveled to France a couple of years ago and saw Versailles. She loved every second of her stay. She stayed with a family in Aix for a while and then she also spent a little bit of time in Paris. She studied french all through high school and some in college too, and was so sad when she didn't have room to fit any more college french classes, because she was trying to squeeze in all the classes she needed for her double major. She really hopes to go back someday soon.

Jenny said...

Oh my! What a marvelous "M" post.

I am transported to another time and place of grace and elegance on my stop here on Alphabe-Thursday's little journey through the letter "M"!

Thank you for this!

It is lovely.

A+

Betty (picture circa 1951) said...

Such beautiful photos. What a life.

Ineke van den Akker said...

Wow! I love these pictures.
with love,
Ineke

janet said...

Hello Isabelle,

I hope your pregnancy is going well and you and your family are ready to welcome this new life into the fold.

I just stumbled onto this wonderful post and I had to comment. I wrote a post about a couture apron I created with Le Petite Trianon being my inspiration. LOVE the Coppola movie...candy for the eyes.

Would love for you to come take a peak and see if I did Marie justice.

Be well and have a lovely day

Janet xox
http://theemptynest-janet.blogspot.com/

http://theemptynest-janet.blogspot.com/2011/05/la-petite-trianon-couture-apron.html

Contact me at: isafrenchy@gmail.com