Thursday, November 19, 2009

AUTUMN IN THE ORANGERY



Today, let's take a sneak view at the interior of the orangery of Schloss Kasel:
Above I have taken a snap shot of the temporary boardroom. The wooden floors are painted pure white as are the walls providing a bright and airy canvas for the antique oil paintings and mainly contemporary office furniture. The cow rug an the fringed plant-dyed silk throws add warmth to the room especially during autumn and winter time. I think tasty organic fruits are a must-have in any office, both, from a decorative as well as from a health perspective. The apples on the table are the best ever - handpicked from the garden.




The old German sewing machine is from Singer with an antique painting from Spain hanging above it.



Another corner of the back entry which also serves as a boots room.



The brass door knocker on the back door is from Portobello Market in London.



Water
can be such a great feature in any garden or park. This is an autumn view towards the pond in front of the orangery.


Photos: GREEN & STYLISH