In the wake of the recent closing of the Carnavalet Museum for renovations, we’re touring some of its Versailles Century-related exhibits. Today we inspect what I’ve dubbed the ‘Green Salon.’
You see that info placard in the centre? I usually photograph such things as a memory aid, but for some reason I forgot to snap it. The official name of this room, not to mention its provenance, was on that placard. All memory of it is gone, and the museum’s website says nothing about it. Hence I’ve dubbed it simply the ‘Green Salon,’ after the mint-green trim on the boiseries. It’s obviously from some Louis XV-era aristocratic residence in Paris, but if you know which one, please comment below.