The grand staircase, inspired by the Queen's staircase at Versailles
The Salon d'Or, uses 18th century gilded panels reminiscent of the ones found at the Hotel de Soubise.
A staircase that is quite strangely reminding me of Romanian staircases, particularly for its usage of dark wood and elaborate sculpting work.
In the late 1890s this private theater got built by Gustave-Adolphe Gerhardt, and was also used for art exhibitions. It is said that it can fit 600 people and still possesses one of the last private organs in Paris.
Renovation work is needed badly in here
The dining room dates back to 1904 and is in Rocaille style. The painting on the right is an early Boucher. The lady is not.