The castle of Tidö, with its beautiful sandstone portals, is built in a tight Dutch renaissance style and has been owned by the von Schinkel family ever since Carl-David von Schinkel purchased it in 1890. Tidö Castle, perhaps best known for its 43 exquisite intarsia doors made in the 1630s, was opened to the public in 1971 - Tidö Slott interior detail, Sweden
Mrs Grill's Cabinet at Svindersvik with a Gustavian sofa and chairs. The tiled stove dates from the time of the Baroness De Geer. There was probably an open fireplace here before the Baroness bought the house in 1780. She was the first to use Svindersvik as a permanent summerhouse. #hakangroth #svindersvik #tiledstove #kakelugn
The elegant interiors of Gunnebo Slott near Gothenburg, Sweden are an unknown treasure of neoclassicism. Photographer Christopher Flach’s never-before published images show the superb symmetry, grace and harmony of Gunnebo’s interiors.