Hall of Mirrors Scene from “Marie Antoinette” 2006, directed by Sophia Coppola
Versailles Hall of Mirrors, my photo taken 2001
I have finally seen Sophia Coppola’s Marie Antoinette and it was wonderful to see scenes shot in Versailles. I was there in 2001 and the “Louis” style is truly one of my favorites. I really liked the movie and thought the costumes (Milena Canonero won the 2007 Academy Award for this movie) and production design (K.K. Barrett- Production Designer and Véronique Melery, set decorator) were stunningly beautiful.
Scenes from “Marie Antoinette” Sophia Coppola, director; K.K. Barrett, Production Designer; Véronique Melery, set decorator
The Royal Bedchamber – a public room.
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5 thoughts on “Get that look! Versailles Style & Marie Antoinette as Icon”
Oh, darling, I was at Versailles in September. Such sumptuousness and opulence as one has never seen. Rather over the top, but coherent. The colors truly sang, and after I while I began to think that the glitter and gild made those cavernous rooms seem somehow cozier.
Your post reminds me that I never even mentioned that mix of faux and real marbles throughout the palace! Maybe a Get that Look, part deux?
thats great! i loved the movie and want to recreate a louis-style-candy-coloured house when i move into my own place. thanks for the tips!
My daughter's bedroom is decorated in the Marie Antionette style of blues and golds but she wanted a more funky twist on the style. We were in the Juicy store in Nashville Tn.yesterday and they have that funky Marie Antionette look so we are off to find items like the store has.
that isn't the petit trianon
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